November 1979
National Review;11/9/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 45, p1453
The article reports on the view of Pope John Paul regarding economy. Michael Novak has remarked that the Pope's theories about economics were weak. It also discusses the Pope's speech at the UN wherein it mentions that the disturbing factors are present in the form of disparities between the rich and poor people.


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