A book that clarifies the basis for inequality in wealth accumulation in modern society. It exposes many of the fallacies and contradictions that promote and support this phenomenon. It tracks and references the rationale of many thinkers like Jacque Rouseau, Karl Marxs, Mikhail Bakunin, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, Henry George, John Locke, G.W.F. Hegel and many of the Enlightenment Period. It also draws a considerable set of analogies from modern scientific thinking – explaining the common “Boom and Bust” phenomenon that predominate much of capitalism today.

Furthermore, beyond analysis, it dares to suggest a solution.