My copies of Milton Friedman's Capitalism and Freedom, FA Hayek's The Constitution of Liberty, James Buchanan's Limits of Liberty are all orange. Coincidence?
The Orange Book has been mentioned in posts written by both myself and Steve, and I want now to link toward the most pleasant British political manifesto statement I've ever read: here. It's from the Progressive section of the Labour party, and gives me geniune passion for the future. As I've previously stated, I believe that a minimal government refereeing freedom of exchange and contract is what the people want, and is what market forces are trying to create. Ultimately, it will happen. It is the government's acceptance of this, and action in preparing the path that will determine whether the journey will be gradual and peaceful, or abrubt.
Back to orange... is it down to links to Irish Protestants? Matthew: you'll know!
For a summary and notes on The Limits of Liberty feel free to download my recent essay: Limits of Liberty: a reading.pdf. I also have a brief page on A Theory of Justice.pdf by John Rawls. I believe it is possible to realign capitalism with it's roots of "benefit for the least advantaged", prior to the Liberal conceit that man knows more than men.