Dynamism as a Bump on the Road to Crony Capitalism?
By Michelle Albert Vachris
Restoring the U.S. economy to its former dynamism could be the key to reducing corporate cronyism. This approach, however, might require a major shift in cultural values in favor of business, entrepreneurship, classical liberalism, and the bourgeois virtues that contributed to the Great Enrichment of the nineteenth century.
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