Robert Skidelsky’s “Life After Capitalism”

There is sadly nothing original in this post as I am too tired to string together a coherent and interesting reflection on this.

But I am directing you to an article that is too interesting not to share…

“In 1995, I published a book called The World After Communism. Today, I wonder whether there will be a world after capitalism.

There have always been huge moral questions about capitalism, which could be put to one side because capitalism was so successful at generating wealth. Now, when we already have all the wealth we need, we are right to wonder whether the costs of capitalism are worth incurring.”

Read it at Invisible Children.

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