Ethics in Economics - Ethics in Economics Mr. Burke Econ...

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Ethics in Economics Mr. Burke Econ Nicholas Grosz 01/03/00 ethical economy? The term ethics and economics should never be put in the same Sentence. It's almost an oxymoron in the sense that for a success in economic terms, ethics is usually not involved. America as we have come to know is a world full of mice and snakes. The mice are those in society who voluntarily choose to live outside of prosperity, such as snakes go in search of prey. The capitalist society we live in is known as America is really what you make of it. The rules and principles of American capitalism are truly ethical and fair. One is reminded of the Darwinian theory of evolution that only the strong survive. Those who do not provide for themselves are left to "die" in American society. American economic society we have come to know and love is truly fair and equitable at all levels. Since the end of feudalism, the U.S. has done his reputation as a capitalist society. The market system kick-started real freedom of the possibilities of capitalism. The right to private ownership, choice, voluntary exchange, comptetition, and economic incentives are those that grow toward each day. With the addition of voluntary exchange and competition, America had to go out and produce to survive and make a profit, very different from the traditional
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