After Words with Michael Sandel
Mercenaries can be paid to fight a country’s wars; students can be paid to get good grades. Professor Sandel explores whether there is something wrong with a world in which everything seems to be for sale. The author explores how to get market values out of areas of life where he says they do not belong. He discussed this issue with Nicole Gelinas, the author of After the Fall: Saving Capitalism from Wall Street and Washington. close
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Nicole Gelinas Senior Fellow Manhattan Institute for Policy Research
Michael J. Sandel Professor Harvard University->Kennedy (J.F.) School of Government
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