2 edition of Nixonomics: how the dismal science of free enterprise became the black art of controls found in the catalog.
Nixonomics: how the dismal science of free enterprise became the black art of controls
Silk, Leonard Solomon
|Statement||[by] Leonard Silk.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 212 p.|
|Number of Pages||212|
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So it is even odder to say that now, seven years, this piece has become relevant again. Recently a comrade of mine, Amelia Davenport, wrote an article in this journal that speaks to a project we are both involved in: the development, within the socialist left, of a science of organization. Adam Smith was a philosopher who changed the face of modern economics. He asserted the concept of free enterprise into the government and advocated for laissez faire capitalism. His book The Wealth of Nations was essentially a textbook for economics that contained ornate detail about the subject.
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