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Preface Jeremy Beer vii 1 Creating and Distributing Wealth: Whose Responsibility? Peter J Hill 1 2 The Poverty of Liberal Economics Adrian Walker 19 3 Catholic Social Teaching, Markets, and the Poor Michael Novak 51 4 Catholic Social Teaching and the Global Market D. Stephen Long 77 5 The Unfreedom of the Free Market William T. Cavanaugh 103 6 Individualism, the Market, and Christianity: Can the Circle Be Squared? Samuel Gregg 129 7 The "Bourgeois Family" and the Meaning of Freedom and Community David Crawford 155 8 Making Room in the Inn: Why the Modern World Needs the Needy Jennifer Roback Morse 179 Wealth, Poverty, and Human Destiny 9 International Markets, International Poverty: Globalization and the Poor Daniel T. Griswold 213 10 Wealth, Happiness, and Politics: Aristotelian Questions V Bradley Lewis 241 11 "We Are Not Our Own": George Grant's Critique of Science, Technology, and Capitalism Arthur Davis 271 12 The Liberalism of John Paul II and the Technological Imperative Richard John Neuhaus 289 Editor's Response The Conundrum of Capitalism and Christianity Doug Bandow 307 Editor's Response "Homelessness" and Market Liberalism: Toward an Economic Culture of Gift and Gratitude David L Schindler 347 Appendix A The Total Economy Wendell Berry 415 Appendix B Capitalism, Civil Society, Religion, and the Poor: A Bibliographical Essay Max L. Stackhouse with Lawrence M. Stratton 431 About the Contributors 465 Notes 469 Index 521Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Capitalism, Capitalism Moral and ethical aspects, Capitalism Religious aspects, Capitalism Social aspects, Free enterprise Moral and ethical aspects, Free enterprise Religious aspects, Free enterprise Social aspects, Income distribution, Wealth, Poor, Poverty