55be9034d4 His most startling news is that the belief that inequality will eventually stabilize and subside on its own, a long-held tenet of free market capitalism, is wrong. Like Tocqueville, Piketty has given us a new image of ourselves. His original and rigorously well-documented insights into the deep structures of capitalism show us how the dynamics of capital accumulation have played out historically over the past three centuries, and how theyre likely to develop in the century to comeAmericas twenty-first-century inequality crisis is, if anything, even more daunting and complex than the one we experienced a century ago. (Branko Milanovic American Prospect 2014-03-01)[An] enormously important book. Free ebook download aazea.com is the biggest community for free ebook download, Audio Books, Tutorials download, with format PDF, EPUB, MOBI,&and more . (Jacob S. (Amy Merrick New Yorker 2014-02-06)Defies left and right orthodoxy by arguing that worsening inequality is an inevitable outcome of free market capitalism[It] suggests that traditional liberal government policies on spending, taxation and regulation will fail to diminish inequalityWithout what [Piketty] acknowledges is a politically unrealistic global wealth tax, he sees the United States and the developed world on a path toward a degree of inequality that will reach levels likely to cause severe social disruption.