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Capitalism and Public Concern

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According to a Pew Research survey conducted in June of this year, the top ten concerns of American citizens were by percentages as follow:

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Economy 84

Terrorism 80

Foreign Policy 75

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Health Care 74

Gun Policy 72

Immigration 70

Social Security 67

Education 66

Supreme Court 65

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Treatment of Minorities 63

Let us examine them in the light of how capitalism run amok negatively weighs heavily upon each one. In general, such a system would seem to sacrifice the nobility of the seven heavenly virtues, substituting for them, instead, the abasement of the seven deadly sins:

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