Enjoy Ludwig von Mises’ Legacy. Former Polish Deputy Prime Minister, Leszek Balcerowicz, argues that the current financial crisis does not represent a failure of free market capitalism (and, by implication, an affirmation of a more statist-driven capitalism). Instead, Mr. Balcerowicz points to specific flaws in the western banking sector’s regulatory framework. Such an interpretation suggests that a complete overhaul of the Anglo-Saxon capitalism model is not the solution. Mr. Balcerowicz frets: “..A risk that empirically dubious but emotionally attractive interpretations, which condemn markets and call for more statism, could gain ground. This would damage longer-term growth in the affected countries and could have serious geopolitical consequences if major western economies, especially the US, already burdened by the legacy of the crisis, were to succumb while China continued its reforms.” Enjoy Dynamic Entreprenurial Capitalism. Avoid Emotional Response.