Nathan Beckmann's Thoughts on Capital in the Twenty-first Century

Capital in the Twenty-first Century by Thomas Piketty. This book is intentionally setting itself in the tradition of 18th century economists that focused on large-scale macroeconomic issues, particularly on the distribution of income and wealth. It has been reviewed well and deemed to be an important contribution to economics, so I'm giving it a fairly in-depth reading. Here's the major points in the book as I've encountered them, and my thoughts: