Can Capitalism Survive?

Benjamin A. Rogge
Rogge, Benjamin A.
(1920-1980)
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First Pub. Date
1979
Publisher/Edition
Indianapolis, IN: Liberty Fund, Inc.
Liberty Fund, Inc.
Pub. Date
1979
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Collected essays.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Foreword
Part I Can Capitalism Survive?
Introduction
I.1 Can Capitalism Survive?
Part II The Philosophy of Freedom
Introduction
II.1 The Case for Economic Freedom
II.2 The Libertarian Philosophy
II.3 Who's to Blame?
II.4 Paradise in Posey County
Part III On the Nature of Economics
Introduction
III.1 Adam Smith: 1776-1976
III.2 Christian Economics: Myth or Reality?
III.3 College Economics: Is It Subversive of Capitalism?
Part IV On the Business System
Introduction
IV.1 Profits
IV.2 The Businessman
Part V On Labor Markets
Introduction
V.1 The Labor Monopoly
Part VI On Money and Inflation
Introduction
VI.1 The Long-Run Economic Outlook
VI.2 Alleged Causes of Inflation: Corporate Monopolies
Part VII On the Problems of Cities
Introduction
VII.1 The Problems of Cities
Part VIII On Education
Introduction
VIII.1 Financing Higher Education in the United States
VIII.2 The Promise of the College
Part IX On What to Do
Introduction
IX.1 The Businessman and the Defense of Capitalism
IX.2 Reflections on the Election of 1964
IX.3 The Foundation for Economic Education: Success or Failure?
Footnotes
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