For the Common Good

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For the Common Good is a far-ranging book that covers everything from economics and the environment to ethics, national security, health insurance, university reform, and religious philosophy. The authors present some radical suggestions on decentralizing the economy: they point out that it is entirely possible for a town of 10,000-20,000 people to produce nearly all the goods needed for a high quality of life locally.

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  • Book reviews
  • Business And Economics--Cooperatives
  • Energy conservation
  • Environmental economics
  • Nonfiction
  • Public policy

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