Soros, George
September 2002
New Republic;9/2/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 10, p18
Calls for U.S. citizens to learn the difference between a collection of individuals each pursuing his or her self-interest and a society of people guided by the public interest in order to attain an equilibrium of financial markets. Factors which contributed to the collapse of the financial markets in 2002; Role played by misconceptions and flawed ideas to the economic crisis based on the theory of reflexivity; Factor underlying the indiscriminate pursuit of financial success.


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