Not a lot of people associate technology with elegance. This introduction explains what the idea of Elegant Technology is before jumping into Chapter One.
The thinking of those who made macroeconomic decisions between 1933 and 1973 was powerful and successful. We sometimes forget how good they were.
The speech that introduced the book, Elegant Technology, to the American Economic Association convention in Anaheim CA.
An introduction to the history of the Producer-Predator division. This split explains far more than the difference between the rich and poor.
Why the Marxists never did represent the producing classes all that well.
In introduction to the basic class theory of the division between Producer and Predators.
A history of the independent development of the Producing classes. People who make things have real power--even as it goes unrecognized in the popular culture. This power is partly due to the differing development patterns of the producer elites.
Why virtually all academic economic thinking is industrially and evironmentally absurd.
Monetary policy as seen by the Producer classes.
Few can disagree that the 20th century was largely determined by the ideas of Henry Ford.
If the route to power for Predators is weapons, the route to Producer power is their mastery of tools.