Great Courses: Capitalism vs. Socialism
October 31 @ 2:15 pm
An event every week that begins at 2:15 pm on Thursday, repeating until November 21, 2019
Our 36th course in the Great Courses Continuing Series of Educational Seminars is Capitalism vs. Socialism.
“All of the tradeoffs in competing economic systems—capitalism, socialism, and communism—are controversial. These systems and ideologies have undeniably shaped the way people view both the world today and modern history. But where does capitalism begin and socialism end? In short, it’s about choice and compromise.”
College level learning for adults, with discussion and refreshments to follow. Moderated by Lawrence Brotmann.
Taught by Professor Edward F. Stuart of Northeastern Illinois University.
Previous registration required. Please contact the library for more information.