|Here in Santa Fe we have a fledgling club called "Friends of Capitalism." There are about 86 members and we meet once a month to primarily address local issues but we have a wider scope, as well. We are comprised of all sorts of bed-fellows — Republicans, Libertarians, Objectivists, atheists, Christians, minarchists — the whole gamut, but the one thing in common is respect for capitalism. At the next meeting I am going to present an emblem, or symbol in the form of a work of art that I have created which will, I hope, be adopted as representing our common conviction.|
No, it's not a $ sign, which would be appropriate, but is a framed, blank painting entitled "The Invisible Hand." It is signed by me and dated.
Now, is this a work of art, a prank, a serious statement of ideology and philosophy, or what?