Re: BOOK: The Mystery of Capital

Date: Thu Oct 18 2001 - 21:34:09 MDT

In a message dated 10/18/01 6:20:14 PM Pacific Daylight Time, writes: I only point out that libertarians should
be able to explain why some countries have struggled alot harder than other
countries under almost identical conditions during and since communism fell,
and I don't think that libertarians can explain it without the extra pieces
of information that De Soto's book provides. (my opinion based on my
conversation with Mark)

       I have been asking myself many of those same questions especially in
connection with the novels I am trying to write.
       I have came to some tentative conclusions. First, at the Macro level
of the nation state there is Lexus and the Olive Tree and now The Mystery of
Capital. I have read the one and will seek to read the other. Certainly
LATOT has a lot of good suggestions about the Macro level.
       Second, I have come to the conclusion that despite having an MBA from
a leading Business School not a heck of education ever came my way about how
to accumulate wealth on a personal or micro level. After researching the
subject I believe the answer is simple and readily available to those that
dig the answer out for themselves. However I have also noticed that most
folks don't know beans about the subject and really make no effort to learn.
Ron h.

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