The Age of Uncertainty #2020

The Age of Uncertainty John Kenneth Galbraith The Age of Uncertainty ForewordThe Prophets Promise of Classical CapitalismThe Manners Morals of High CapitalismThe Dissent of Karl MarxThe Colonial IdeaLenin the Great UngluingThe Rise Fall of MoneyThe Mandarin RevolutionT

  • Title: The Age of Uncertainty
  • Author: John Kenneth Galbraith
  • ISBN: 9780395249000
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Age of Uncertainty John Kenneth Galbraith ForewordThe Prophets Promise of Classical CapitalismThe Manners Morals of High CapitalismThe Dissent of Karl MarxThe Colonial IdeaLenin the Great UngluingThe Rise Fall of MoneyThe Mandarin RevolutionThe Fatal CompetitionThe Big CorporationLand PeopleThe MetropolisDemocracy, Leadership, CommitmentA Major Word of ThanksNotesList of IllustrationsForewordThe Prophets Promise of Classical CapitalismThe Manners Morals of High CapitalismThe Dissent of Karl MarxThe Colonial IdeaLenin the Great UngluingThe Rise Fall of MoneyThe Mandarin RevolutionThe Fatal CompetitionThe Big CorporationLand PeopleThe MetropolisDemocracy, Leadership, CommitmentA Major Word of ThanksNotesList of IllustrationsIndex
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    1. I watched this BBC series, the companion of one done with Milton Friedman, while working weekends as a security guard at Union Theological Seminary in New York during the summer of 78 The job itself, part of the federal Work Study program, was a peach that I held during all four years there Usually it was night work, patrolling the campus in Morningside Heights and Harlem, studying between rounds, but often I would take extra shifts such as the one that had me at the mailroom and reception area [...]

    2. Quite similar to Dawkins The God Delusion at first thought I d give it 5 stars and highly recommend it While insisting on the latter, I must admit to be ideologically biased, so I was reading what I really like to read or hear while some other people may disagree with some parts of the book including the author s slight arrogance.However this book, an intelligently opinionated short history of political economy, no less than 35 years after it was written and in the midst of a new crisis and abys [...]

    3. Highly recommended as an overview of human history, through the filter of economics.While the economy is often foremost in the modern mind, economics is the hidden undercurrent which often gets overlooked when examining the past Gailbraith paints pictures of the recurring patterns and cycles which drive human affairs It as much about the psychology of economics as specific events.And that s why it s a timeless peek behind the curtain.I encountered this as the TV series first then found it as par [...]

    4. The blurb is right, the author gives a laconic telling of some economic history I often don t agree with his viewpoint, but still appreciated much of the book.

    5. Great bookGalbraith one of the greatest economist when it comes to explain different issues about economics and history The book is easy to read and has a great sense of homour.

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