Freedom for Sale
John Kampfner argues that over the past twenty years several countries have decided to trade freedom and liberty in exchange for economic prosperity. He says that this trend challenges the idea that capitalism and democracy are positively linked. Mr. Kampfner spoke at the Carnegie Council in New York City. close
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