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by Russell Kirk

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ISBN:
1933859156
Author:
Russell Kirk
Category:
Economics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Intercollegiate Studies Institute; 1 edition (January 1, 1989)
Pages:
398 pages
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1271 kb
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1142 kb
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1755 kb
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America's market economy-a heritage to cherish and the key to tomorrow's prosperity-is the unifying theme of Economics: Work and Prosperity.

America's market economy-a heritage to cherish and the key to tomorrow's prosperity-is the unifying theme of Economics: Work and Prosperity. Contrasting the free enterprise system to the system that kills the goose that laid the golden eggs.

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In Economics: Work and Prosperity, Kirk combines his great literary skills with his unparalleled knowledge of history . Indeed, I first read the book in manuscript form while working on my own master’s thesis in economic ethics.

In Economics: Work and Prosperity, Kirk combines his great literary skills with his unparalleled knowledge of history and the ideas that have shaped it to give students a textbook that will challenge them, inspire them, even (sometimes) enter tain them. And those who read it attentively will, upon completing it, understand considerably more about economics, I daresay, than do most students who have just completed an undergraduate degree in the field.

250 pages, softcover. Abeka Economics: Work & Prosperity in Christian Perspective by Russell Kirk. Emphasizing work, wealth, and stewardship from a biblical perspective, this one-semester course covers the differences between market and command economies; the proper roles of individual consumers, producers, and the government; and more. 250 pages, softcover.

An economic system based upon collective ownership and control of national resources. Governmental practices which have harmed economic systems over the centuries. 1. Excessive taxation 2. Inflation and debasement of money 3. Excessive public expenditure 4. Excessive regulation and direction of the economy 5. Political plundering of the economy.

America's market economy-a heritage to cherish and the key to tomorrow's prosperity-is the unifying theme of "Economics: Work and Prosperity. Contrasting the free enterprise system to the system that kills the goose that laid the golden eggs, the author takes the cheerful view that the market economy can continue to produce abundantly for years if people will learn to understand it and care for it properly.

This is a complete list of fictional works by Russell Kirk (1918–94). These comprise only a small portion of Kirk's published writings. See the "Fiction" subsection of the article on Kirk for a descriptive overview of his fiction. Kirk wrote three book-length novels. Listed below, by sequence of publication, are both the original texts and the revisions, with some bibliographic notes.

Russell Amos Kirk (October 19, 1918 – April 29, 1994) was an American political theorist, moralist, historian, social critic, and literary critic, known for his influence on 20th-century American conservatism. His 1953 book The Conservative Mind gave shape to the amorphous post–World War II conservative movement. It traced the development of conservative thought in the Anglo-American tradition, giving special importance to the ideas of Edmund Burke

America's market economy--a heritage to cherish and the key to tomorrow's prosperity--is the unifying theme of Economics: Work and Prosperity.  Contrasting the free enterprise system to the system that kills the goose that laid the golden eggs, the author takes the cheerful view that the market economy can continue to produce abundantly for years if people will learn to understand it and care for it properly.  This enlightening text will help students become informed citizens, able to make wise decisions about the crucial area of economics.
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