Compassionate capitalism: people helping people help themselves
A trenchant examination of the roots of modern capitalism argues that as capitalism begins to cover the globe, it needs to develop a moral base that would incorporate the interests of corporations, workers, customers, and the environment. 100,000 first printing. $100,000 ad/promo. Tour.
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COMPASSIONATE CAPITALISM: People Helping People Help ThemselvesUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
A Christian businessman offers an inspirational blueprint for happiness—which includes ownership of a small business, unlimited opportunity to accumulate wealth, and development of a ``positive ... Read full review
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Combining history with present-day case studies, DeVos presents a methodology for "compassionate capitalism''--that is, while remaining a capitalist, one can also care about the planet, have a ... Read full review
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