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Whole Foods CEO John Mackey Makes Case for Capitalism

March 1, 2016 By :

Of particular interest – John Mackey discusses Marxism’s dishonesty and how intellectuals have ¬†continued to (purposely?) ignore Adam Smith’s first work, “The Theory of Moral Sentiments,” which explains capitalism’s moral foundation.

Quotables:

“You have to understand the narrative that people have about business and capitalism is that they are fundamentally selfish, greedy, and exploitative,” Says Whole Foods CEO John Mackey. “Of course, I don’t agree with that narrative.”

“There is nothing wrong with making money, but that’s not particularly inspiring. Every other profession in the world, from doctors, teachers, engineers, architects, [and] lawyers, if you ask what their purpose is, it refers back to some type of contribution they are making to other people.”

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