‘The Future of Capitalism’ by Paul Collier

Review by Richard Seebohm

Close-up of book cover. | Photo: Penguin.

Publications on how to set the world to rights abound. Many focus on single issues but even the most committed Friends will look at the ills explored in this book and agree that climate change isn’t the only game in town. It hits many targets, combined as a coherent narrative. These have an underlying theme: if we have a shared identity we can serve ourselves and serve each other. Rebuilding trust must be our imperative.

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