Some Things Money Can"t Change by Ron Moss

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Number of Pages228
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ISBN 101414013434
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For him, the story of dead peasants insurance is an example of how the encroachment of market values can change. Sandel's book is, in its calm way, an all-out assault on that idea. Let's hope that What Money Can't Buy, by being so patient and so accumulative in its argument and its examples, marks a permanent shift in these debates.” --John Lancaster, The Guardian “Sandel is among the leading public intellectuals of the age.

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Some people ask themselves if it is money that brings happiness, or is it just the things purchased with that money that brings them happiness. The idea that money can buy one’s happiness has been taught and debated upon for years and remains to be an opinion amongst all people.

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