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The Power of Capitalism

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An exploration of capitalism and its power to create growth and prosperity all over the world.

● A highly engaging analyses of capitalism – the engine behind the modernisation and growth of both democratic and socialist countries.

● Fast-paced ramble through recent history, supported by well-researched facts, figures and anecdotal evidence.

●“An important contribution to disentangling the confusion around the much-aligned concept of capitalism”–European.

● Fascinating discusson about why intellectuals, the media and politicians are so against capitalism.


AUTHOR

Rainer Zitelmann is the author of 19 books (his most recent being The Wealth Elite). He was previously a senior editor at Die Welt newspaper.

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