“We certainly need more books like this.” – Younkins
Of course, we have such a book: Capitalism and Commerce by what’s-his-name. C&C covers almost every conceivable issue related to the fundamentals in philosophy, economics, and law relating to capitalism. Each chapter is virtually a review article with ample references at the end for a full study. In essence this is a condensation of knowledge of hundreds of books and articles to orient the student of capitalism or for a delightful review for those familiar with the subject. As soon as I finish C&C, I'll move on to Bernstein's book. After all, if the author of C&C is impressed, that says something.