An appeal to eliminate massive inherited wealth in America and thereby make
the government accessible to more people. It is written by a conservative populist,
which means I can understand his language and he can read and translate the
left-wing revisionists. It contains many tidbits of information, maintains an
anti-imperialist, anti-big-government, anti-militarist, and anti-ruling-class
perspective. His failings are: (1) over simplification, (2) neo-mercantilist
opposition to international trade, (3) no understanding of the cause of
inflation, and (4) belief in limited government.
Year Read: 1982
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