Talk at Faith, Ecology & Economy Conference, Washington DC. 20 pp.
In the Fall 2003 issue of Business Ethics a thoughtful opinion piece appeared by progressive journalist William Greider (right). In a preview of his book The Soul of Capitalism: Opening Paths to a Moral Economy, Greider wrote:
Most Americans, I am convinced, have a sense that something is wrong in the contours of [our] supposed prosperity… The hunger is unnamed, and seems part of what the system demands. The only remedy, we are told, is more. More output, more cost savings, and still more sacrifices to achieve them… The operating principles of capitalism have become dangerously obsolete. The house of economics is due for major renovation, if not a complete tear- down…
by Ched Myers
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