Outrage at corruption drove the reformation 500 years ago, couldn’t similar outrage drive a modern economic reformation?

By Henry Leveson-Gower

“It was a moral cause, more than an intellectual one. Maybe today’s economic reformation needs to be founded on an understanding of the corruption of the current economic system underpinned by economic ideology such as ‘maximising shareholder value’. Could that light the fire needed, to drive change?”…

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