[saymaListserv] Fwd: Addenda to TQE #125

free polazzo freepolazzo at comcast.net
Thu Jun 30 19:25:26 JEST 2005


Dear Friends,

Have you ever wondered by some countries seem better able to develop 
economies which support their citizens much better than other countries?

Why are the countries from northeastern Europe (and countries settled by 
their descendants) and Japan better able to feed and clothe it's citizens 
than those of the other countries of the world?

Friend Jack Powelson spent 20 years studying this concern and the result 
was the "Centuries of Economic Endevor"   published in 1994 by the 
University of Michigan Press.

Now, you can get this book (renamed"  A History of Wealth and Poverty: Why 
Some Nations are Rich and Many Poor) on line for free.  Way has opened for 
all to benefit from Jack's years of training and study as an economist and 
consultant to many governments around the world.

Please check this important book out and pass on the link to others who 
wonder "Why?"  or even "Why Not?".

Blessings,

Free



>  The Quaker Economist announces with pride and pleasure
>the online publication of A History of Wealth and Poverty:
>Why Some Nations are Rich and Many Poor, by Jack Powelson.
>
>Originally published in 1994 by the University of Michigan
>Press as Centuries of Economic Endeavor, this new electronic
>edition is now available to the public at no apparent cost.
>It may be found at this link:
>
>   http://tqe.quaker.org/wealth-and-poverty/
>
>
>Pacem in terra,
>
>Loren Cobb
>Editor, The Quaker Economist





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