Notions of “Inclusive Capitalism” or “Conscious Capitalism” don’t need their preceding modifiers.
We live in a society where not everyone can afford to love themselves.
We all were young once. We all grow old. Our younger self, our older self and all the phases in between, always reflecting back at one another. All affected by a system that forgot that we are human.
A system that necessitates that some people have a disposable income to purchase disposable products while other people go without food, housing or medical care does not seem very innovative…
By Abraham Entin When the Second World War ended, the Free Market Capitalism of the West and the State-driven authoritarianism of Soviet Russia (alongside of Chinese Communism) emerged as opponents for a new world order. During that period, lasting from the late 1940’s through the 1960’s, the leaders of the “Free World” made promises toContinue reading “The Three Promises of Free-Market Capitalism”