10 Lessons from the book Talking to My Daughter About the Economy

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My reason for writing it was the conviction that the economy is too important to leave to the economists.

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Without profit, they would have become slaves to their creditors

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All babies are born naked, but soon after some are dressed in expensive clothes bought at the best boutiques, while the majority wear rags.

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The problem with our daily exchanges over the issues of the day is that we drift into a debate uninformed by the elephant in the room: capitalism.

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The worst slavery is that of heavily indoctrinated happy morons who adore their chains and cannot wait to thank their masters for the joy of their subservience.

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All systems of domination work by enveloping us in their narrative and superstitions in such a way that we cannot see beyond them.

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