In Why We Bite the Invisible Hand, Peter Foster delves into a
conundrum: How can we at once live in a world of expanding
technological wonders and unprecedented well-being, and yet hear a
constant drumbeat of condemnation of the system that created it?
That system, capitalism, which is based on private property and
voluntary dealings, is guided by the “Invisible Hand,” the metaphor
for economic markets associated with the great Eighteenth Century... more...