THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRATIC CAPITALISM

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The Spirit Of Democratic Capitalism

Author : Michael Novak
ISBN : 9780819178237
Genre : Business & Economics
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...a major work for our times. --Irving Kristol, The Public Interest
Category: Business & Economics

The Spirit Of Democratic Capitalism

Author : Michael Novak
ISBN : 9781461662853
Genre : Business & Economics
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...a major work for our times. —Irving Kristol, The Public Interest
Category: Business & Economics

Washington S God

Author : Michael Novak
ISBN : 9780786722167
Genre : History
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In Washington's God Michael Novak-one of America's leading neoconservative pundits-and his daughter, Jana, uncover George Washington's religious life. Finally the record is set straight on the most thoroughly misunderstood aspect of Washington's life. The Novaks focus on Washington's strong trust in divine Providence and see this belief as providing the unifying narrative to his monumental life.
Category: History

Writing From Left To Right

Author : Michael Novak
ISBN : 9780385347471
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“In heavy seas, to stay on course it is indispensable to lean hard left at times, then hard right. The important thing is to have the courage to follow your intellect. Wherever the evidence leads. To the left or to the right.” –Michael Novak Engagingly, writing as if to old friends and foes, Michael Novak shows how Providence (not deliberate choice) placed him in the middle of many crucial events of his time: a month in wartime Vietnam, the student riots of the 1960s, the Reagan revolution, the collapse of the Berlin Wall, Bill Clinton's welfare reform, and the struggles for human rights in Iraq and Afghanistan. He also spent fascinating days, sometimes longer, with inspiring leaders like Sargent Shriver, Bobby Kennedy, George McGovern, Jack Kemp, Václav Havel, President Reagan, Lady Thatcher, and Pope John Paul II, who helped shape—and reshape—his political views. Yet through it all, as Novak’s sharply etched memoir shows, his focus on helping the poor and defending universal human rights remained constant; he gradually came to see building small businesses and envy-free democracies as the only realistic way to build free societies. Without economic growth from the bottom up, democracies are not stable. Without protections for liberties of conscience and economic creativity, democracies will fail. Free societies need three liberties in one: economic liberty, political liberty, and liberty of spirit. Novak’s writing throughout is warm, fast paced, and often very beautiful. His narrative power is memorable.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Catholic Ethic And The Spirit Of Capitalism

Author : Michael Novak
ISBN : UOM:39015020844414
Genre : Religion
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The Catholic Church has, for generations, been reluctant to come to terms with capitalism. Novak argues that a 100-year debate within the Catholic Church has yielded a richer and more humane vision of capitalism than that described in Weber's Protestant Ethic.
Category: Religion

Will It Liberate

Author : Michael Novak
ISBN : 9781461718567
Genre : Religion
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Michael Novak's work is challenging. We often disagree sharply in out interpretations and assessments of liberation theology, but he raises important issues which call for clarification and response.
Category: Religion

Buying Time

Author : Wolfgang Streeck
ISBN : 9781781686195
Genre : Political Science
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The aftershocks of the economic crisis that began in 2008 still rock the world, and have been followed by a crisis in democratic governance. The gravity of the situation is matched by a general paucity of understanding as to precisely what is happening and how it started. In this new edition of a highly acclaimed book, Wolfgang Streeck revisits his recent arguments in the light of Brexit and the continued crisis of the EU. These developments are only the latest events in the long neoliberal transformation of postwar capitalism that began in the 1970s, a process that turned states away from tax toward debt as a source of revenue, and from that point into the ‘consolidation state’ of today. Central to this analysis is the changing relationship between capitalism and democracy—in Europe and elsewhere—and the advancing immunization of the former against the latter.
Category: Political Science

Money Greed And God

Author : Jay W. Richards
ISBN : 9780061375613
Genre : Business & Economics
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Poses an argument in support of capitalism that reveals the ways in which capitalist practices enable Christians to follow Jesus's mandates about alleviating poverty and protecting the earth, in a guide that challenges popular misconceptions while supporting a middle-ground perspective between a hedonist life and extreme acts of self-denial. 25,000 first printing.
Category: Business & Economics

The Spirit Level

Author : Richard Wilkinson
ISBN : 1608191702
Genre : Social Science
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This groundbreaking book, based on thirty years' research, demonstrates that more unequal societies are bad for almost everyone within them-the well-off and the poor. The remarkable data the book lays out and the measures it uses are like a spirit level which we can hold up to compare different societies. The differences revealed, even between rich market democracies, are striking. Almost every modern social and environmental problem-ill health, lack of community life, violence, drugs, obesity, mental illness, long working hours, big prison populations-is more likely to occur in a less equal society. The book goes to the heart of the apparent contrast between material success and social failure in many modern national societies. The Spirit Level does not simply provide a diagnosis of our ills, but provides invaluable instruction in shifting the balance from self-interested consumerism to a friendlier, more collaborative society. It shows a way out of the social and environmental problems which beset us, and opens up a major new approach to improving the real quality of life, not just for the poor but for everyone. It is, in its conclusion, an optimistic book, which should revitalize politics and provide a new way of thinking about how we organize human communities.
Category: Social Science