Some Published works of Lawrence Eubank

The purpose of "Why Marx Was Wrong" is to show that Marx's central accusation against capitalism -- that it survives only by exploiting unpaid "surplus value" from the toil of the working class -- is a fallacy.

This book attempts to unravel, point by point, the entire meandering, convoluted argument by which Marx makes his case; and it pronounces that case a sham and a fraud.

Why Marx Was Wrong

This article from the October, 2007 issue of Chronicles, A Magazine Of Culture explains why "protectionism" is better for our economy than "sacrificialism"; and why pundits and economists are wrong to ignore the destructive effects of off-shoring our manufacturing base and the resulting huge burden of debt.

Free Trade and the Sacrificialists

An article from the New English Review which asserts that (as Thomas Fleming put it), "Americans today are the dumbest human beings since our ancestors crawled down from the trees to have a look around to see what they could steal."

Or as the New York Post said, "U.S. adults are dumber than the average human."

The Stupidest Generation

An article from the Fall 2009 issue of the British magazine, Quarterly Review.

Off-shoring, rather than being an issue of free trade, is a synonym for capital flight, and by the terms of Adam Smith's own analysis does not merit defense.

Offshoring and the Impoverishment of Nations

Articles published online by various sites:

           NewsRealBlog articles:
           * Pennies From Heaven? Government As A Good Samaritan
           * Obama, Under Fire From The Left

           An EnterStageRight article:
           * A Modest Proposal On Economic Policy

           An article for the online version of
            Quarterly Review, (a British magazine):
           * The new do-nothing economics

           An article for WorldNetDaily, comparing
           the tactics of ObamaCare to the collectivization
           of agriculture in the U.S.S.R.:
           * Autocracy For Dummies
           * Autocracy For Dummies (extended version)