Perversion of the Proper Workings of Capitalism

"The present state of affairs is really a perversion of the proper workings of capitalism. It is all wrong to have billionaires before you have ceased to have slums. Capitalism has done enormous good and suits human nature far too well to be given up as long as human nature remains the same. But the perversion has given us too unstable a society" said Spedan John Lewis, the founder of the John Lewis Partnership. I like what Spedan said about the "proper workings of capitalism" because he was right. Capitalism, when operating optimally, delivers significant and very meaningful benefits. Seth Godin, a business change evangelist tells a great joke that nails the paradox between business and society's needs in the 21st century on the head. The joke goes like this:   "A woman visits her psychologist and says, "˜Doctor, doctor my husband thinks he is a chicken!' The psychologist says, "˜That is terrible. Tell me, how long has he believed this?' The woman says, "˜Three-months"¦' The psychiatrist shouts, "˜THREE MONTHS! Why on earth didn't you come to see me soo...

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