Ransom, David
January 2005
New Internationalist;Jan/Feb2005, Issue 375, p34
Comments on the need for the rediscovery of humanity in the conduct of business and industrial development worldwide citing the role of the United Nations. Accumulation of power and wealth in the face of lessening concern for humanity; Views about religion, politics and economics; Proposals for the compulsory application of both corporate globalization and ritual democracy; Indications of history and politics.


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