Recommended Economic Justice Books
|October 27, 2004||Posted by Staff under Banneker, Progress Report, The Progress Report|
Your Recommended Economic Justice Books:
On Tuesday November 18, 2008, john quinn of usa offered this recommendation:
atlas shrugged ayn rand
On Wednesday August 6, 2008, John Pozzi of Florida offered this recommendation:
Global Reserve Bank at www.grb.net
Global Reserve Bank is a world central bank that sustains a global community of shareholders.
On Monday October 8, 2007, Ron Edmundson of California offered this recommendation:
Think And Grow Rich, A Black Perspective By Dennis Kimbro & Napoleon Hill
This book will change how you view your mind and your own potential.
On Wednesday August 8, 2007, dana of nc, usa offered this recommendation:
If everyone were a believing christian or jew, no one would rip others off.
On Monday May 21, 2007, Jeremy Shortess of Tennessee offered this recommendation:
Myths, Lies, and Downright Stupidity by John Stossel
This book debunks many economic myths held true by politicians.
On Tuesday February 6, 2007, nasir of pakistan offered this recommendation:
the topic of justice
On Monday February 5, 2007, big daddy of no carolina offered this recommendation:
progress and poverty
Most profound political economy book ever written; and if adopted Georgism instantly makes the world a much more just and peaceable and properous place.
On Monday November 6, 2006, Derick Pentland of Fife,Scotland offered this recommendation:
The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
His clarity of thought was quite remarkable.
On Monday October 9, 2006, Peter Bjørn Perlsø of Denmark offered this recommendation:
Human Action, Ludwig von Mises
On Wednesday July 12, 2006, Briar Lorenz of The Roving Republic Of Briar offered this recommendation:
PT 1 & 2 by W Hill
This book made me realise that the whole business of nstions, taxes and governments was a scam.
On Sunday June 25, 2006, Paul Wander of N. Carolina offered this recommendation:
Wealth and Poverty of Nations
Modernizing Smiths View, an in depth look at the worlds development problems.
On Wednesday June 14, 2006, HONEY of ETHOPIA offered this recommendation:
BECOUSE IT TEACHER YOU LOT OF THING ANY IT CHAGE YOUR MINE ABOUT THINGS
On Monday March 6, 2006, Craig of Australia offered this recommendation:
Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand
It explains the consequences of theft from the hardworking by the lazy.
On Sunday August 21, 2005, Andrew J. brownson of Nevada offered this recommendation:
Free To Choose by Milton & Rose Freidman
The book and it’s author’s were the first to show definitive scientific proof that liberty, freedom, & capitalism go hand in hand.
On Monday March 28, 2005, Carl Johnson of Usa, Texas offered this recommendation:
Progress and Poverty, Henry George
To correct the most dangerous mistake ever made.
On Sunday February 27, 2005, Alaina Guzman of Alabama, USA offered this recommendation:
Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand
It is the most comprehensive, innovative, and profound book I have ever read. It’s philosophy changed the way I saw every political, social, and economic principle I had ever contemplated, and showed a revolutionary and logical means of considering every aspect of life.
On Monday February 14, 2005, Ruth A. of U.S.A. offered this recommendation:
The King James Bible, God’s authority
Trust God’s wisdom. One learns much by trial and error.
On Thursday January 27, 2005, Alex Campbell of Portland, Oregon offered this recommendation:
America Beyond Capitalism by Gar Alperovitz
Presents a sober, well-thought out agenda for supporting efficient and workable public wealth-holding strategies.
On Thursday December 16, 2004, Mike White of Texas offered this recommendation:
X – Ray by John Kite
It ‘s the best book ever .
On Sunday December 12, 2004, Kurt of Denmark offered this recommendation:
Fremskridt og fattigdom
On Wednesday September 15, 2004, Kimberly Fouts of Michigan offered this recommendation:
Communion with God by Neale Donald Walsch
By breaking down the illusions that humans have believed in for generations we can see just how far off the mark we’ve gotten as a culture and, possibly, discover how to restore peace to Earth.
On Sunday September 5, 2004, A. A. LoCascio of Virginia offered this recommendation:
Deterring Democracy by Noam Chomsky
Describes how the U.S.A.’s imperialist foreign intervention abroad and the subservience of the domestic media serves an oligarchy of economic elites. Effectively debunks Cold War mythology and flaccid conventional wisdom.
On Sunday September 5, 2004, Daniel Dewey of Massachusetts offered this recommendation:
When Corporations Rule the World, by David C. Korten
It is readable and believable and seems to be sound and sensible.