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Capitalism and Public Concern

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CAPITALISM AND PUBLIC CONCERN

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

Economy 84

Terrorism 80

Foreign Policy 75

Health Care 74

Gun Policy 72

Immigration 70

Social Security 67

Education 66

Supreme Court 65

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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Hal O'Leary is an 88 year old veteran of WWII who, having spent his life in theatre, and as a Secular Humanist, believes that it is only through the arts that we are afforded an occasional glimpse into the otherwise incomprehensible. As an 'atheist (more...)
 
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