Theory of Socialism and Capitalism: Economics, Politics, and Ethics
by Hans-Hermann Hoppe
Publisher: Springer 1988
Number of pages: 286
A study on the economics, politics and morals of socialism and capitalism, and a systematic treatise on political theory. This book is interdisciplinary in scope, it discusses the central problems of political economy and political philosophy: how to organize society so as to promote the production of wealth and eradicate poverty, and how to arrange it so as to make it a just social order.
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