​Everyone will read this book.  It does not matter whether you are wealthy or poor; young or old; gay or straight; white, black, yellow, brown, or red; male, female, hermaphrodite, transgender or otherwise; republican or democrat; or somewhere between.  Human rights apply to and are vested in every human. 

Capitalism has been and continues to be a fundamental building block of human society. 

When you put the two together, some expect the mixing to be akin to water and oil.  They just don’t mix well!  “This is business, don’t take it personally!”  These are modern misconception, spread by word of mouth and urban legends.  
“Human Rights Capitalism” is a phrase created by the author to describe certain core terms of the oldest and most sacred of agreements among all Americans.  Human Rights Capitalism is an agreement among one, united people – We, the People of the United States of America.

If you want to realize your full potential and that of your children, if you want current and future generations to be free to realize the full promise of being an American – you must read this book – Human Rights Capitalism. 

​ Reviews of Human Rights Capitalism by political science academia and other thought leaders (domestic and foreign) have been very favorable.  Based on their reviews, understanding Human Rights Capitalism is likely to explode into a fundamental and long overdue return to that to which all Americans have already agreed.  Here are some of their comments:  “Your work struck me as . . . new and significant”; “It’s important to highlight that pure, unfettered exchange is not the natural expected state of capitalism”; “From one scholar to another — this is important stuff!”  Human Rights Capitalism addresses “the most important issues we face regarding American democracy: how to reconcile the institutions and values of the economic system with the need to protect the rights of individuals and, collectively, of their communities”; “you make a stirring call to view the United States as based on its people rather than on any specific set of governmental structures or economic structures”; that is, “to see public policy in terms of its level of service to all the people”; “I liked it a lot”; Human Rights Capitalism “contains fascinating information”.