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George Gaasvig graduated with honors from Bemidji State University in Minnesota, with degrees in business administration and industrial technology. He has had a long career working in government, retail, consulting, and construction, and he is also a certified property manager. He has served on national committees in the field of public and Indian housing and has provided written testimony as well as testified before congressional committees. He has not only submitted reports for publication in congressional committee reports and the Congressional Record, but he has also participated in the creation of federal legislation and regulations. His book, Unregulated Capitalism: Unregulated Capitalism is Destroying Democracy and the Economy is available at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1483980499/
Wednesday, September 18, 2013(15 comments)
Is Unfettered Capitalism a fair and equitable economic system for a democracy?
There is a need to replace the unfettered capitalism economy with social capitalism as an alternative that would fix the problems that are consistently present when capitalist systems are left to the mercy of greed. By allowing capitalists to profit from greed beyond need or reason, unrestricted capitalism cripples the economic system of democratic nations and jeopardizes the futures of countless readers.