The October 10 Commonweal included three articles on the economic crisis, and they were unanimous in assigning blame: “the perversity of market ideology” (“The Fall,” by William Pfaff), belief in the “god of free markets” (“After the Meltdown,” by Charles R. Morris), and “free-market ideologues” (...
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