WORDS OF FINANCE
Few things are as contentious in life as money and Anthony Weldon’s new book in his Words of… series shows just how careful one has to be when talking about it.
Taken from the great economic theorists, politicians, as well as the biggest fraudsters and occasionally Hollywood film stars (yes…even Marilyn Monroe and Mae West had something pertinent to say on the subject), this book frames the fragile human relationship with all things financial and makes the reader think twice about this funny little thing we call cash.
- Karl Marx: “From each according to his abilities, to each according to his needs.”
- Charles Montgomery Burns: “What good is money if it can’t inspire terror in your fellow man?”
- Aristotle Onassis: “If women didn’t exist, all the money in the world would have no meaning.”
- John Kenneth Galbraith: “Under capitalism, man exploits man. Under communism, it’s just the opposite.
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Anthony Weldon is a publisher by trade – he founded Bene Factum Publishing in 1993. But not content to let others do all the writing he has on occasions made forays into authorship. His first book was Breakthrough – handling job change. More recently Anthony co-authored with Donough O’Brien the successful Numeroids – any number of things you know and a few you didn’t. Words of Finance is the second in his Words series, after Words of War.
|Dimensions||198 x 129 x 25 mm|