The Case for Legalizing Capitalism

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The Case for Legalizing Capitalism  
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Author(s) Kel Kelly
Country United States
Subject(s) Economics, Political economy
Genre(s) Non-fiction
Publisher Ludwig von Mises Institute
Publication date 2010
Media type Print, Digital
Pages 490 p.
ISBN 9781933550626
OCLC Number 688623556

The Case for Legalizing Capitalism is a book by American economist and businessman Kel Kelly. The text asserts that the problems faced in the American economy are not due to capitalism, but rather it is that capitalism in the sense of a free market is not even legal in the United States. Cover topics such as banking, education, taxation, labor, environment, trade, war and peace, safety, medicine, drugs, and more, a basic explanation of how capitalism is supposed to work and how society functions when commerce is free is offered.