I found Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the Twenty First Century” impossible to put down. It is an engaging read, and Piketty is undoubtedly likable. He and I are of an age, and he writes early on about how the experience of watching the Berlin Wall fall, and the exposure of failure of the Soviet economic model, left him “vaccinated for life against the conventional but lazy rhetoric of anticapitalism”.
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