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I = S - M

The modern way of thinking about economics has been I = M - S Where I is the I as in me, M is what is 'mine' and S is what ...


We must create an economy where neighbors trade with neighbors. But who is a neighbor? Is it just the person who lives and works nearby? I don't think so. A neighbor is someone who is close to me in their values. On that basis the Fair Trade sugar that I buy from Africa is produced by neighbors. The Barbour raincoat that I wear on my bicycle to work in the Winter is made by neighbors in England.

My neighbors share my appreciation of the dignity of work and the wholeness of the person and are of every race color and nationality. Together we can create a new economy.

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