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July 13, 2012


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Thought to ponder: the era that best objectifies Brooks' ideal is framed by two socio-economic sea changes. First was the internalization by the western capitalist system of the various marxist critiques. Second was the abandonment of corporate social responsibility, as taught by Friedman, which could be seen as the repudiation of those same marxist critiques.

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