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Case for Legalizing Capitalism

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Case for Legalizing Capitalism
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Publisher: Ludwig von Mises Institute
ISBN/ASIN: 1933550627
ISBN-13: 9781933550626
Number of pages: 492

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What's the American system of economics? Most people would say it is capitalism, which thereby deserves all fault when anything goes wrong. Well, Kel Kelly responds to this myth in this fast-paced and darn-near comprehensive treatment of the truth about the free market and intervention.

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