Book of the Month: What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets
The most powerful message, and something that I have argued against for at least a decade, is the warning against the systematic separation of people along ecomonic lines as a result of increasng commercialization.
Michael Sandel writes:
"When we outsource war to private militar contractors, and when we have spearate, shorter lines for aiport security for those who can afford them, the result is that the affluent and those of modest means live increasignly spearate lives, and the class-mixining institutions and public spaces that forge a common experience and shared citezenship get eroded."
What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets is a must read for all socially minded entreprenuers.