Salt writes on Amazon:
Imagine you’re drowning in debt and your investment adviser or banker, trusted TV pundit, or some Nobel prize winner recommends you take on more debt and all will be made well. Vox Day explains what should be the obvious lunacy of such, but if one is familiar at all with current events, apparently isn’t.Vox Day explains what should be the obvious lunacy of such, but if one is familiar at all with current events, apparently isn’t. RGD is highly educational. I recommend everyone read it, and perhaps just once listen to your instincts and you might be the better off, viewing critically what those having a vested interest have been telling you.
DocintheATL writes on Amazon:
Very good read that probes the reasons behind our economic mess. The book starts off in Japan during the boom years, which develops a baseline for the remainer of the book insofar as the futility of government to correct the subsequent bust. The book does a good job deconstructing various macro-economic theories before addressing the one theory that fits well with most of the available evidence. Vox describes the limits inherent to GDP, CPI, and unemployment figures that are at the center of mainstream economic thought.
I very much appreciate those who liked the book and take the time to write reviews for it. There’s a reason most best-selling books are written by radio and television personalities these days, because their public platform is about the only way people hear about books now. Intelligent and substantive reviews on highly visible sites like Amazon are one of the best ways of circumnagivating this effective limitation on public mindshare.