Two Competing Economic Visions
Choosing the Good Life – One of Two Distinct and Competing Economic Visions
Choosing the Good Life shines a bright light on one of the greatest issues of the 21st century. It also tees up one of the most vitally important decisions you will ever make as a citizen. Indeed, this book presents the two distinct and competing economic visions for what constitutes the “Good Life.” These economic visions represent two different economic systems, two different ways of looking at life, and two different ways of living life. In fact, they are based on two opposing philosophies of life.
Today, at the beginning of the 21st century, each economic vision is competing for your mind and fighting for your support. Your choice of economic visions will help to determine whether America and our civilization will grow or decline; whether we will live in prosperity or struggle with poverty; and whether we will live in peace or at war.
Choosing the Good Life – Key Impact Areas
This short book overviews the impact of the competing economic visions on five keys in our lives: our freedoms, our jobs, our money, our lifestyles, and our health. It contrasts the pitfalls of taking the “social road” of socialism versus the “freeway” of freedom that is based on religious freedom, political freedom, and economic freedom.
Choosing the Good Life – It’s Really Our Choice
You have enormous power as a citizen to influence, shape and decide America’s future. Truly, your choice and the choices of millions of other citizens will ultimately impact and help to determine which economic vision will become reality in America and in the world.
While this book addresses citizens in America in the early 21st century, its principles and knowledge apply equally well across both time and space. The ideas within Choosing the Good Life are appropriate to citizens in other nations today, and likely will be relevant for generations of citizens to come in the future. In that sense, it is a classic book on economic freedom.