I checked the book out from the library and started reading it. I am pretty quick when I read but I have no formal economics background. I found myself wanting to understand what I was reading completely so I was going fairly slowly. I only made it through a couple of chapters before the book had to go back and I could not renew it. So I bought a copy to consume at my leisure. It seems that it should be required reading for all capitalists. As something of a capitalist but definitely of the 99%, this nicely sums up what is broken with the capitalist way of doing things. If we fix this then capitalism is no longer the best of a bad lot. It becomes pretty good.