The concept of Capitalism may be one of the most misunderstood tenets set forth by the framers of our Constitution. But what happens when governments meddle with the free market economy designed by those wise men? You get what we have right now: No growth, spiraling debt and out of control unemployment.
Economics expert and best-selling author Robert P. Murphy will be shining a bright, free market light on what it means to be a Capitalist and what the Capitalist can do for America and the world... if the government just gets out of the way.
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Robert Murphy has a PhD in economics from New York University. He taught three years at Hillsdale College, and worked as an analyst and portfolio manager for Laffer Investments. Murphy is now a consultant in Nashville, TN where he does ...Read More
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Robert Murphy has a PhD in economics from New York University. He taught three years at Hillsdale College, and worked as an analyst and portfolio manager for Laffer Investments. Murphy is now a consultant in Nashville, TN where he does surprisingly well at the karaoke bars for an economist.
Murphy has published hundreds of articles and several books, including The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism (Regnery, 2007).