Social mortgage paradigm should replace capitalist paradigm

Cuschieri, Tony
December 2012
CCPA Monitor;Dec2012/Jan2013, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p40
The article presents the second part of a series on the European debt crisis which discusses the importance of replacing capitalist paradigm with social mortgage paradigm. The author explores how imposing a social mortgage on financial, economic, industrial, and commercial activities will promote economic recovery. He details how social mortgage paradigm can be implemented and tackles the Canadian government's cap on public managerial wages.


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