The Call of The Entrepreneur - DVD

The Call of The Entrepreneur - DVD

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A merchant banker. A failing dairy farmer. A refugee from Communist China. One risked his savings. One risked his farm. One risked his life.

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The Call of The Entrepreneur - DVD
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What do a farmer from rural Michigan, a merchant banker from Wall Street, and a retail & media magnate from China have in common? Well, to begin with, they've each made a ton of money and are highly successful in their respective fields.

Brad Morgan is a dairy farmer from Evart, Michigan who initially struggles to keep his farm afloat, but through creativity, persistence, and a slavish devotion to quality, ends up owning a million-dollar dairy and compost company.

Frank Hanna is a merchant banker from New York City who has made it possible for countless entrepreneurs to finance their dreams. Mr. Hanna explains how financial engineering not only makes credit more widely available to entrepreneurs today, but also played a crucial role in the discovery of America. According to Mr. Hanna, people need to realize that business is not a zero-sum game, where one person always wins and another always loses. By spreading the risk of new ventures among numerous people, capital can be freed up t
 

Three men. One call. A merchant banker. A failing dairy farmer. A refugee from Communist China. One risked his savings. One risked his farm. One risked his life.

Why do their stories matter? Because how we view entrepreneurs - as greedy or altruistic, as victorious or vicious - shapes the destinies of individuals and nations.

Dramatically makes the case for the moral value of capitalism—and it’s about time. Economic and political developments in the last thirty-odd years have proven the factual case for the superiority of capitalism, but the moral case remains to be won. The harnessing and molding of self-interest through capitalism towards creative, productive, life-enhancing, happiness-achieving ends must be trumpeted to the world. This documentary is a clarion call.

Produced by The Acton Institute