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The Future of “Being” Over-Advantaged

When Pope Francis takes a vow of poverty he is, by comparison, saying that wealth cannot be fully appreciated without sharing it first, fully depreciated so that no one shall want. Francis is opposite the person that will depreciate the … Continue reading

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Creating Demand

Commercial-investment banks enterprise to “make markets.” Their business is to create demand, but not necessarily to demand the supply “unfettered” in a free-market environment. A free market demands the supply from the bottom up, not the top down. While entrepreneurs … Continue reading

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