The Soul of Capitalism by William Greider audiobook

The Soul of Capitalism: A Path to a Moral Economy

By William Greider
Read by Peter Johnson

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In The Soul of Capitalism William Greider shows how to reinvent capitalism so that it works not only for profits but for people, too. Greider contends that the recent contagion of financial fraud and corporate bankruptcies confirms what is wrong with capitalism. Our discontents are not just with dishonest CEOs, but with what our affluence costs us in family stress, struggling to make ends meet, and the social and environmental destructions of communities and natural surroundings. Greider proposes a fundamental realignment of power, showing where to find the leverage for changing the current system. He offers many successful examples and assures us that it is within our power to make the economy work for us.

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In The Soul of Capitalism William Greider shows how to reinvent capitalism so that it works not only for profits but for people, too. Greider contends that the recent contagion of financial fraud and corporate bankruptcies confirms what is wrong with capitalism. Our discontents are not just with dishonest CEOs, but with what our affluence costs us in family stress, struggling to make ends meet, and the social and environmental destructions of communities and natural surroundings. Greider proposes a fundamental realignment of power, showing where to find the leverage for changing the current system. He offers many successful examples and assures us that it is within our power to make the economy work for us.

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Author Bio: William Greider

Author Bio: William Greider

William Greider is the bestselling author of several books including Who Will Tell the People and Secrets of the Temple. A reporter for forty years, he has written for the Washington Post and Rolling Stone and has been an on-air correspondent for numerous documentaries for Frontline on PBS. Currently the national affairs correspondent for the Nation, he lives in Washington, DC.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Business & Economics
Runtime: 7.96
Audience: Adult
Language: English