Moral Criticisms of the Market | The Freeman | Ideas On Liberty

Moral Criticisms of the Market | The Freeman | Ideas On Liberty.   March 1989 • Volume: 39 • Issue: 3

Mr. Ewert, a graduate of Grove City College, is working on a master’s degree in public policy at CBN University.

“According to an author writing in a recent issue of The Nation magazine, “The religious Left is the only Left we’ve got.” An overstatement? Perhaps. However, it points to an interesting fact, namely that while the opposition to free markets and less government control has declined in recent years among the “secular left,” the political-economic views of the “Christian left” seem to remain stubbornly unchanged.”

Well worth the read

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