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Poverty and Wealth: Why Socialism Doesn't Work [Paperback]

Ronald H. Nash


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5.0 out of 5 stars Elegantly clear and concise 7 July 2006
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This book introduces the study of economics and observes basic economic principles as they are played out in history. Easy to understand and yet profound, Poverty and Wealth is an helpful tool for understanding the economic questions of of years past as well as today. It also doesn't hurt that the author has a remarkable sense of humor!
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5.0 out of 5 stars This book is not out of print 24 Dec 1999
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This book is not out of print. It is still published by and available from Probe Books in Richardson, TX, the publisher of "The Gospel and the Greeks," also sold by Amazon. This book has been praised by William Simon, former Secretary of the U.S. Treasury who writes: "Nash's book presents a clear and concise lesson in the real world of economics..."
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