Take a gander at this one. H/T WND.
Notice that the author assumes that capitalism is corporatism--really mercantilism. It is a bitter irony that that which Adam Smith argued vociferously against--mercantilism--is being represented as what Smith advocated--free markets. And again, it doesn't help that executive hirelings often characterize themselves as entrepreneurs.
The Surprising Benefits of Giving Money Away - At the turn of the nineteenth century, a Scottish-born steel tycoon named Andrew Carnegie became the world’s second richest man. He was 66 years old in 190...
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