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Will The Real Consummate Capitalist Please Bow and Curtsey?

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During the Christmas season, it is the habit of some to describe capitalists as scrooges. In Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Ebenezer Scrooge was a greedy miser, paying low wages to Bob Cratchet, withholding charity to the poor, and spending … Continue reading

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Christmas Unspecial #52¾

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It’s a Wonderful Carol Plot synopsis: A greedy man is visited by three ghosts, who persuade him to change his ways. A few years after his redemption, the formerly greedy man, feeling discouraged over the many trials that come with … Continue reading

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Ebenezer Scrooge: the consummate capitalist, or…

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Does another economic system better fit the worldview of the unreformed money miser? During the Christmas season, it is the habit of some to describe capitalists as scrooges; however, an examination of Scrooge’s behavior shows him to be an interventionist … Continue reading

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