Implementing major legal change so as to establish a capitalist order involves changing peoples' beliefs, and de Soto contends this is a political rather than a^B legal responsibility.
He believes such a change can be achieved if governments seriously focus upon the needs of their poor citizens for a legally integrated property system that can convert their work and savings into capital.
His analysis and perspective is creative, but poignant.
He is above all an optimist, who believes that the world's poor are bustling entrepeneurs who lack the efficient and representative government systems of the West, which protect the economic rights of their constituents.
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De Soto goes where few want to look - how capitalism can help the most impoverished people on Earth, be it the farms of Latin America, rice paddies of Southeast Asia, or stagnating economies of the former Soviet Union.
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