• Title: Economic Terrorism or Adam Smith Revisited
  • Author: Robert G. Good

The last to farm at Myrtleville, the author, a strong proponent of the local farm, argues that the roots of economic terrorism begin with the oppression that monopoly capitalism forces on those less fortunate (the poor in industrially developed countries and poorer countries of the South) and that the solution is freedom of trade and production in the context of equal access to resources, married to a civic order in which the public good takes real and concrete form, as to opportunities for every citizen to participate equally in meaningful in the shaping of public policy. 195 pages, 8.5" x 11". Publisher: Robert Good Number of Pages: 195 Illustrations: None Softcover 8.5X11in

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