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By: Richard Douthwaite
383 pages, no illustrations
Aiming to reveal the real nature of undirected economic growth, Richard Douthwaite shows that we cannot rely on Adam Smith's belief that an "invisible hand" will always ensure that self-interest serves the common good. Douthwaite believes that when enough people think along the lines suggested in this book, a new path will present itself and, rather than striving for constant expansion to stave off collapse, nations can build stable economies in which resource consumption is kept at a sustainable level.
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