Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal

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The book is a collection of essays by Ayn Rand, published in 1966 is the writer’s approach to the world of capitalism and the role of individual rights in the modern world and the failing mixed economy.

What makes this book stand out?

This book presents an entirely different angle to Capitalism as presented by others which makes it an ace of spades and also one of the Best Books by Ayn Rand.

Read it for

The book opens with the introduction to Capitalism and concludes with rights of man and nature of government which sums up the modern day capitalistic world and is beneficial to anyone wanting to learn more of it

Don't read it for

Some people may understand capitalism to be a system of exploitation. Rand openly challenges this notion in the book and thus can be disliked by those who think otherwise.

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