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What is our most important, fundamental right? To the author the answer is quite clear - it is freedom. And is our freedom best guaranteed by a socialist, communist, or capitalist system? Again, we are left in no doubt. The author is a firm advocate of capitalism, examining and dismissing the first two systems in turn.

To help convince us he applies his basic theories on a national, European and global scale. He first tackles some key domestic issues under the current Labour ...

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Overview

What is our most important, fundamental right? To the author the answer is quite clear - it is freedom. And is our freedom best guaranteed by a socialist, communist, or capitalist system? Again, we are left in no doubt. The author is a firm advocate of capitalism, examining and dismissing the first two systems in turn.

To help convince us he applies his basic theories on a national, European and global scale. He first tackles some key domestic issues under the current Labour government and then looks at the EU's propensity to become a superstate with a single army and currency.

He notes that communism, although still present in a few countries, is 'crumbling away' before capitalism. The people realise that free-enterprise capitalism is the only way, the right way, to make progress and gain greater freedom.

But we must guard against rogue states that support terrorism and develop weapons of mass destruction. We must stand up and fight for freedom, whatever the sacrifice.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781844017256
  • Publisher: Legend Press Ltd
  • Publication date: 7/4/2006
  • Pages: 124
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.29 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2006

    An enlightening read

    This is an excellent source of information for anyone interested in the state of the world today. The author has captured the important issues we are all concernerd about and the events that has lead to the world as we know it. A good book for anyone studying modern politics or generally interested in the views of british conservatism.

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