Keynes would be very proud of this book as it mentions his work often.
there is an often reoccurring talking point, the gap between the poor and the rich, and how accumulating wealth among the rich is the problem with the economy and how it is necessary to tax wealth in order to redistribute it.
Karl Marx would be proud of this book.
book starts out slow, then as the main protagonist matures your interest grows. Just about this time your introduced to a "incredible" society that computes better than all of computers of the future by the "transmission of bodily fluids" and that's the nicest way the book puts it.
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