Harangue By Garet Garrett


The author, Garet Garrett (1878–1954), had the ability to make economic, financial, and management processes come alive in novel form,” writes Edward Younkins.

After his trilogy, Garet Garrett wrote one last, and truly spectacular, novel called Harangue (The Trees Said to the Bramble Come Reign Over Us). The words are from the Bible (Judges 9:15, and the metaphor here refers to the strange penchant of the rich to fund socialism that kills the rich and consumes wealth.

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