Economics 101 & Public Square & Theology 101

IFWE’s Midweek Memo – 06.26.13

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Offering you the latest news, analysis, and opinion on all things faith, work, and economics.

Towards the end of poverty The Economist

Most of the credit […] must go to capitalism and free trade, for they enable economies to grow—and it was growth, principally, that has eased destitution. – The Economist

What “Making More” Means to Me The Jason Womack Company

When I think of “making more,” it’s easy to think of “making more money.” And indeed, money is great to have. However, when I’m a good steward of my time, my energy, and my focus, I’m able to “make more” memories with my family. – Art Carden

The Regulated States of America Wall Street Journal

Instead of joining together to get things done, Americans have increasingly become dependent on Washington. – Niall Ferguson

Sweden’s “Good Socialism:” Not So Good for Young People Values and Capitalism

A government can buy away poverty but still not gain happiness. – Michael Hendrix

Anthony Bradley on Sustainability and Stewardship Acton Institute

Bradley explained that “sustainability” is the intersection of ethics, economics, and ecology and went on to say that much of the discussion on “sustainability” focuses on waste; the focus should be on design. – Sarah Stanley

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