Markets and Morals

Sacks, Jonathan
August 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep2000, Issue 105, p23
Discusses the relationship between market economy, socialism and religion. Striking feature of religion; Combination of liberalism in economics and politics; Market economy sustained by the habits of behavior and restraint; Threat to the traditions; Identification of a religious tradition with any particular set of economic institutions; Elective affinity of Judaism and market economy.


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