Excerpts from reviews of Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict between Labor and Usury ($69 + S&H) by E. Michael Jones.
"A compelling historical exploration that exposes the fundamental flaws of Capitalism: unjust wages and usury. An entertaining read." Anthony Santelli II, Ph.D., CEO, AES Capital and Co-Founder, Catholic Finance Association.
"This is a fantastic book. It is the most thorough economic history of the West. If you want to know the origin of our economic and social ills you must read this book.” Brian M. McCall, Orpha and Maurice Merrill Professor in Law, University of Oklahoma, and Author of The Church and the Usurers.
"This is a powerful collection of case studies from almost a millennium of economic history. It examines the human dynamics of the winners and losers of capitalism through its triumphal march to the present. It is good history with enough reflection on theory to provide a crisp critique of economics and its moral connections." Garrick Small, Queensland University.
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