TCU Alumnus Writes Book About the Morality of Capitalism

All across the US, and the world, TCU alumni are making an impact. One alumnus in particular, graduated with the class of 2017 has done the very rigorous task of writing a book.

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All across the US and the world, TCU alumni are making an impact. One alumnus in particular, who graduated with the class of 2017, has completed the very rigorous task of writing a book.

Cameron Kawato, a current resident of rural California, has high hopes in his future political career. Understanding that in this country it takes hard work, dedication, and networking to make it to the top, Cameron has written a book titled A Moral Case for Capitalism, Why Basic Human Morality Calls for Free Markets. This book also features a forward by a TCU Economics professor Lee Bailiff. Cameron writes that this book was inspired by a conversation with a friend about the ability of the Left to bring forth emotional arguments against the Right’s logical arguments.

The struggle of the Right to fight against these emotional arguments has been an uphill battle. This book is designed to make that battle a lot smoother. There are chapters against every single argument typically taken in an attempt to destroy the morality of capitalism. Starting with chapter one “Wages: Why the Difference?”, Cameron does not hold back any punches when discussing the reason there is a minimum wage and why it is set where it is.

More chapters include topics on health care, taxes, and even a chapter on a Christian perspective on this economic system. This book will lead the way for those who do not completely understand how to fight for the morality of capitalism.

You can find the book online on Amazon here. Or at Barnes and Noble Online here. Cameron decided to keep the book at a very low price just so more folks are able to read it and educate themselves. Happy reading!