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Sample Book Insights:
#1 The history of all societies is the history of struggle, adaptation, innovation, and creative destruction. While this has on occasion devolved into struggles of caste and class, those are merely one dimension of a much broader tapestry of struggle.
#2 The most pernicious problem that plagues humanity, in a social sense, is the ossification of classes. While Marx was right to point out the oppression between them, he was wrong to assume that there were only two classes, and that it was possible to somehow compress everybody into one class.
#3 We must transform society by the natural, emergent force of competence and liberty. Upward motion becomes a function of work, competence, skill, talent, perseverance, desire, will, and luck. Downward motion becomes a function of waste, poor calculation, mistakes, bad judgement, immoral behavior, and laziness.
#4 The so-called bourgeois class rose up and through the application of math, finance, science, and technology were able to bring prosperity to millions. They provided more value and the market chose. But political parasites began to try and channel that natural force of collective human nature and use it for political advantage.