Did you miss ^Hhe mostnimportant hook of the SOs^^?^ HalthnThe most talked-about book of 1981?nThe surprise bestseller? It was no contest.nGeorge Gilder’s Wealth and Povertynwon in a walk.nNo doubt you’ve been meaning to read it. The expertsn(even some liberals) agree that you should:n”A book so grand in its outlook, so optimistic in its approachnthat it is breathtaking. Here at last is a positivendefense of capitalism as a moral force, as well as what maynbe the greatest demolition job ever done on liberalneconomics and the welfare state. . . .just might be thenseminal economic work of the decade … a stylishly writtennand thoughtful book, and a patriotic one, too; its call fornliberty and free men smacks of the spirit of ’76. It is a booknto be treasured.” — Barron’sn* “The most important book of the ’80’s may well be GeorgenGilder’s Wealth and Poverty. To read it is to studyneconomics by flashes of lightning…. the most eloquentnand imaginative essay on economics in memory. Even atnits most abstract, it manages to avoid being narrowlyntechnical.” — Joseph Sobran, syndicated columnn”Rich,and useful at every level. . .As important as JohnnKenneth Galbraith’s The Affluent Society, the significantndifference being that Mr. Gilder’s book points us in the rightndirection.” — William F. Buckley, syndicated columnn”At last a book has been written which interprets forneveryone why American capitalism creates the wealthnwhich alone can produce more jobs and a higher standardnof living for all. That’s because it was written by a man whonunderstands not only economics but also the social,npsychological and political dynamics… at last such anwonderful book has been written. It has been sorely needednfor decades. If you don’t read another book this year,nyou should read Wealth and Povert; by George Gilder.nYou will never again feel defensive or apologetic about thenAmerican capitalist system.” — Phyllis Schlafly, syndicatedncolumnn”A creed for capitalism worthy of intelligent people…. atnthe core he provides, at least for this not totallyndisinterested reader, a sense that on crucial matters ofnhuman value, capitalism offers a system of economic arrangementsnmore congenial than the alternatives, notnHow the Club WorksnEvery 4 weeks (13 times a year) you get a free copy of tlienClub Bulletin, which offers you the Featured Selection plus angood choice of Alternates — all of Interest to conservatives. •nIf you want the Featured Selection, do nothing. It will comenautomatically. * If you don’t want the Featured Selection, ornyou do want an Alternate. 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This disjunctionnbetween performance and presentation constitutesna major structural weakness in American society. . . .Thentruth is, capitalism has nothing to fear but its own timidity.”n— Wall Street Journaln”Gilder’s impassioned and controversial book may wellnbecome the economic Bible of the New Right. It is ansophisticated, brilliantly readable attack on the welfarenstate, devastating in many of its perceptions.” —nPublishers Weeklyn”One of the most incisive treatments of capitalism inndecades…. a lively analysis of what capitalism is and isn’tn— its origins, what it has wrought, why it seems to remainnon the defensive morally. . . Most of the economics professionngets a shellacking from the author, and justly so, as itnoverlooks the importance of incentive, of hope, of fear innpeople’s economic behavior….’must’ reading.” —nForbesn”Elegantly written. .compelling and important book.nJVeujsiceefcn”Indispensable for anyone who wishes to understand thenintellectual basis for widespread changes that have alreadynaltered the direction of American politics and will helpnshape public policy in the 1980s.” — Business WeeknHow to get this $19.95 book FREEnCONSERVAnVE ^11 BOOK CLUBn15 Oakland Avenue • Harrison, NY 10528nPlease accept my membership in the Club and send me, free and postpaid,nGeorge Gilder’s classic. Wealth and Poverty. I agree to buy 3 additionalnbooks at regular Club prices over the next 18 months. I also agree to thenClub rules spelled out in this coupon.nCCUL-6nName_nAddress.nCity. State _ Zip-nnn