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Spiritual Enterprise: Doing Virtuous Business

imgAfter years of booming business and unbelievable wealth creation, the economy has slowed, stunned by a mortgage crisis that has only reinforced the notion of big businesses as insatiable masters of the universe with little regard for the public. The critics of capitalism have emerged from every corner to harangue those who create wealth with charges of greed, thievery, and malice.

Theodore Roosevelt Malloch answers these charges head-on. In Spiritual Enterprise, he explores the opportunity of doing virtuous business – a concept that has been disappearing from our public consciousness. Malloch argues that the creation of wealth by virtuous means is the most important thing we can do for ourselves and for the world at large. But more than simply explain why free enterprise makes the world a better place, Malloch documents how virtuous business models have made many of the brightest companies in America more successful than ever.

Spiritual Enterprise rehabilitates the idea of big business as a force for good in society and offers a sensible guide for realizing this ideal. As antiglobalization and anticorporate tides are rising, Malloch’s books is both a much-needed defense of free enterprise and a vital call for better business.

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