Juggernaut provides a revolutionary new theory of political economy that will change the way you look at the financial crisis, the culture divide, and the system as a whole.

Eric Robert Morse hails from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and associates with the tradition of the Salamanca, Austrian, Chicago, George Mason, and Indiana Schools of Economics.

View his personal website www.ericrobertmorse.com

Praise for Juggernaut:

“A trenchant analysis of America’s economic woes with a radical message that will resonate with both business and anti-business groups.”
–Jeff Cunningham, Founder and Editor, Directorship Magazine

“This is one of these big ideas. And, if you’re persuaded of this big idea, you’re going to look around and see it everywhere.”
–Jerry Bowyer, American Entrepreneurial Radio

“A well thought out, level-headed, and refreshingly non-partisan look at the evolution of western political-economic thought from the 1500s and the discovery of the New World to the present.”
–Robert Donovan, author of Blueprint for Prosperity

“The most important book of its kind since Economics in One Lesson.”
–Sandy Winnich, Financial Planner

“It stands out mainly because it covers the big picture and the minute; the historical background as well as current concerns; the rationale of the right and that of the left (and everything in between); it explores economics and politics, sure, but also psychology, sociology, the arts, and morality. In short, Juggernaut is definitive because it is so universal.”
–Padman Narayan, Economist

“Draws a great deal from the Austrian School of Economics and also from the Public Choice Theory. But presents an interesting twist on … our inability to escape from a huge web of interdependencies.”
–Parapundit, Parapundit.com

Reviews of Juggernaut can be found at Amazon.com >

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