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Author Talk with George Gilder- Life After Capitalism: The Meaning of Wealth, the Future of the Economy, and the Time Theory of Money in conversation with Jim Brooke

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Join us on Saturday, June 3 at 3:00 p.m. for an Author Talk featuring George Gilder in conversation with Jim Brooke on his newly released book
Life After Capitalism: The Meaning of Wealth, the Future of the Economy, and the Time Theory of Money.


George Franklin Gilder is an American investor, author, economist, and co-founder of the Discovery Institute. His 1981 book, Wealth and Poverty, advanced a case for supply-side economics and capitalism during the early months of the Reagan administration. He is the chairman of George Gilder Fund Management, LLC.


Jim Brooke grew up in the Berkshires and attended Berkshire Country Day. After graduating from Yale, he embarked on a lifelong career as a foreign correspondent. Reporting for 24 years for The New York Times, he was based in West Africa, Brazil, Denver, Canada, and Japan. After taking a buyout from the Times in 2006, he was, successively, Bloomberg bureau chief in Moscow, then Voice of America TV/Radio correspondent for the former Soviet Union. After eight years in Russia, he moved to Phnom Penh to run a newspaper, then to Kyiv, Ukraine, where he founded and edits the Ukraine Business News. After six years in Kyiv, Jim recently moved back to Lenox with his family.  Jim is currently a columnist for the Berkshire Eagle.


About the book: Author of national bestseller Life After Google and generation-defining Wealth and Poverty, venture capitalist, futurist, and pioneering thinker extraordinaire George Gilder pinpoints how the clash of creativity with power at the heart of economic systems leads to global cognitive dissonance and argues that the creation of the novel taps capitalism’s infinite promise and is humanity’s only path of escape from stagnation and tyranny. Gilder once more rocks the archetypes of modern information theory and economics with a paradigm-shifting salvo of sheer brilliance.