Earlier this week, CWPM chair George Gilder released an updated edition of his classic Wealth and Poverty. We are pleased to introduce Wealth and Poverty: A New Edition for the Twenty-First Century (Regnery Publishing), which includes an all-new foreword by Steve Forbes. It was the guidebook to the Reagan Recovery; now it's updated to tackle today's problems.
Apart from the disturbing lack of executive or congressional restraint on the CFPB, such a powerful regulatory body will surely lead to increased costs, reduced credit, and fewer jobs.
Last week on the Hoover Institution's Uncommon Knowledge, Peter Robinson interviewed George Gilder for a five-segment series exploring Gilder's ideas on the interaction between economics, government, and morality.
Over at the American Enterprise Institute's Values and Capitalism initiative, Jay Richards answers a few questions about morality and economics, emphasizing that the two can't be addressed separately.