Resuscitating Capitalism

photoThe boom of the 90's is going down in flames. Congress passed the Corporate Crime Bill with an almost unanimous vote. High-living CEOs are now doing the perp walk, and law-makers are looking for the next suspect. Before we kiss off the glories of the free market and entepreneurial excess, let's take a moment to examine the baby in that bath water.

History has shown us that the wheels of innovation and prosperity move on the great round table of capitalist spirit.

This hour, a look at what we'd like to keep and what will certainly rise again.


Amity Shlaes, Senior Columnist for the Financial Times and author of an upcoming book on the Greta Depression for harper-Collins

Nancy Koehn, Professor, Harvard Business School

This program aired on July 25, 2002. The audio for this program is not available.


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