I can't say that I really understand the man's economic thought, but he had himself some damn good aphorisms. For example, compare Markos' effort here ("Here's my take on the whole matter -- 'intellectuals' who'd rather read books and measure purity are next-to-useless. I prefer people of action, not of elitist academics") to Marx's brilliant original eleventh thesis on Feuerbach "The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it."