Three in one: essays on democratic capitalism, 1976-2000
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2001 - Business & Economics - 345 pages
Throughout his many writings, Michael Novak, one of the leading Catholic social theorists of our times, has urged us to adopt a tripartite system of democratic capitalism including a market economy, a democratic polity, and a moral-cultural system that would nourish the values and virtues on which free societies depend. Three in One introduces the reader to Novak's portrait of democratic capitalism.
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An Underpraised and Undervalued System
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