NEW CHALLENGES TO CAPITALISM Its triumph over Communism leaves it burdened with the world's aspirations for progress. Here's how to deliver on the promise

Grunwald, Henry Anatole; Ehrenfeld, Temma
May 1990
Fortune;5/7/1990, Vol. 121 Issue 10, p138
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