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Dr. Richard Salsman, PhD, the founder and president of InterMarket Forecasting, Inc. (IFI), professor of political economy at Duke University, author, Senior fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, and Senior Scholar at The Atlas Society discusses the question – Where have all the Capitalists gone?
He considers capitalism to be the most rational, moral, liberal, practical, and sustainable social system. It is based on individual rights, including private property rights, and is, demonstrably, the system of liberty – whether civil, political, or economic. Capitalism is sustainable because it’s practical, practical because it’s moral, and moral because it’s rational. But capitalism cannot survive without solid, positive arguments in its favor. Capitalism is surely controversial, because it counts on and rewards rational egoism, but this is also the ethic that makes it go, makes it thrive, and makes it survive.
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