One thing is certain: for all the virtues of capitalism -and there are still some real ones- the market no longer has all the answers to all the problems. We move more quickly from one crisis to another, and the system's sins are here to stay. Searching for alternatives within or beyond is an imperative.
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Belgian Beers have in common? They are all cited, among many other (in)famous names, in "The Seven Deadly Sins of Capitalism".
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Capital as such is not evil; it is its wrong use that is evil.
-- Mohandas Gandhi
"The eurozone crisis is a hybrid result of the sins of financial capitalism and the fallacies of European bureaucracy. It's time for the economies to break away from short-termism, and for Europhiles to admit the dream is over."
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"Take the money and run" (book p 89), not far from Davos World Economic Forum (why's that?).
Would Mozart himself be recorded today? (book p 148)