- Conservatives on the right are increasingly attacking capitalism, a shift from their previous support for free trade and free markets.
- Four new books highlight this shift and target corporations and liberalism as villains.
- Sohrab Ahmari argues that private power is coercive and calls for a stronger state role in coordinating economic activity.
- Patrick Deneen blames liberalism for societal problems and advocates for state support of traditional families and manufacturing.
- Johan Norberg's book counters these arguments, showing that global capitalism has led to improvements in living conditions.
Conservatives are attacking capitalism
Conservatives are attacking capitalism in four new books, targeting corporations and liberalism. Critics argue for a stronger state role, while others counter with evidence of global capitalism's benefits.