Dr. Bernstein’s latest book, Capitalist Solutions: A Philosophy of American Moral Dilemmas. He lectures around the country—and internationally—on Rand’s novels and philosophy.
Is Christianity the source of important truths, moral law, and man’s rights and thus profoundly good for mankind—or is it antithetical to all such values and thus profoundly bad? Christian conservative Dinesh D’Souza will argue that Christianity is good; Objectivist atheist Andrew Bernstein will argue the alternative
"Andrew Bernstein has gone beyond the typical debates to illuminate the crucial moral superiority of a capitalist system of individual rights.
The book addresses controversies ranging from global warming to gay marriage within the framework of how capitalism provides both a moral and practical solution. It is an intellectual tour de force." -- Eric Daniels, Clemson Institute for the Study of Capitalism, Clemson University
"Dr. Bernstein's books in defense of capitalism represent a serious body of work of international importance, and deserve the support of every thinking person." -- John David Lewis, Ph.D., Duke University, Author, "Nothing Less than Victory"
"In Capitalism Unbound, Andrew Bernstein has presented the too-often neglected but essential moral case for capitalism alongside the historical and economic one. In these times when capitalism is unfairly blamed for every social ill, Bernstein's work should be read by everyone as the antidote. His rousing call to unleash the human mind and celebrate productivity is both rare and to be cherished." -- Dr. Eric Daniels
"Dr. Bernstein's books in defense of capitalism--The Capitalist Manifesto and Capitalism Unbound--represent a serious body of work of international importance, and deserve the support of every thinking person." -- John David Lewis, Ph.D., Duke University, Author, "Nothing Less than Victory"