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Article When the People Lead, the Leaders Follow
Deep change is possible, but only when a politically aware citizenry demands it.
Located in YES! Blogs / David Korten
Article Greed is Not a Virtue
Wall Street's celebration and promotion of moral perversion as a virtue must be exposed and condemned.
Located in YES! Blogs / David Korten
Article How the Left and Right Can Unite
If we'd stop tearing each other apart, we might see an opportunity to win back our democracy from the rich and powerful.
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Article Phantom Wealth and False Expectations
Playing money games to profit from false expectations is not the same as investing in jobs that produce real value to meet real needs
Located in YES! Blogs / David Korten
Article Money From Nothing?
Through their accounting slight of hand, Wall Street illusionists convince even themselves that they are enriching society rather than preying on it.
Located in YES! Blogs / David Korten
Article Our Human Nature
Greed is a sign of moral and psychological immaturity. Psychologically and morally mature adults are caring, cooperative, and honest.
Located in YES! Blogs / David Korten
Article My Defection Story
How I came to challenge the economic theories and institutions I once served.
Located in YES! Blogs / David Korten
Article Good Debt, Bad Debt
Is using debt to create money a bad idea? It depends on where the money goes.
Located in YES! Blogs / David Korten
Article 7 Ways to Stop Wall Street’s Con Game
Whether it’s done by Wall Street or the mafia, theft is theft
Located in YES! Blogs / David Korten
Article System Failure? Look Upstream
Why is our economic system consigning billions of people to degrading poverty, destroying Earth's ecosystem, and tearing up the social fabric of civilized community?
Located in YES! Blogs / David Korten
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