Capitalism, Free Markets, Innovation

Paul Brodsky Views "Capitalism" In the Past Tense

When Paul Brodsky mentions the word “capitalism,” he gets “nostalgic.” The fact that the free market system is being silently destroyed without much public discussion “saddens” the economic strategist. In a macro world view when one force advocates repression of human desire and initiative and sees governments as superior economic arbiters, Brodsky, founder of Macro Allocation Inc., a portfolio consulting firm, prefers capitalism.

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