Title

The Costs Of Living: How Market Freedom Erodes The Best Things In Life

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

1994

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The Costs Of Living: How Market Freedom Erodes The Best Things In Life

Abstract

This text argues that market freedom is undermining much that is good in life and offers ways to put an end to this erosion. People value their freedom, family, friends, work, education, health and leisure - the things that are regarded as the best things in life. However, the pressure to satisfy both the bottom line and the seemingly insatiable need to consume is eroding these best things.

Published By

Norton

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