Political theory and Catholic social teaching
Jon, I can't see "capitalism" being okay with Rome. I see them okay with business and commerce and that men can pursue property. Capitalism is exactly what we have and it was never moral. Medici and his fellow bankers ruined Florence and it's a Renaissance mini-monetary failure with much of the same problems as today.
Capitalism is the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, and all National Banks, and today the addition of the International Bank of Settlements, WTO, IMF, and World Bank.

Subsidiarity is not just for Governments, it's banks and businesses too. When money and power are concentrated at the top tyranny always follows. The USA fought to not have a National Bank and the bankers kept coming back with another attempt to control the money, and this time their failure is epic.


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Re: Political theory and Catholic social teaching - by Tim - 07-02-2013, 04:23 PM

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