3 reviews for Wall Street or the Common Good

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Elaine Hopkins

    This is a fabulous, insightful talk which ties it all together, Wall Street, Main Street, environmental sustainability, the works. It should be required reading for all students and everyone else. I would also like to see him interviewed on MSNBC shows.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sydney Brooks

    I will be brief. This radio program is excellent. Mr. Korten speaks concisely and in language that draws the listener in. He educates us on what real value is and why money is not. What are assets? The every day person thinks in terms of our bank account and our house. The billionaires think in terms of what they can shuffle on a computer in minutes or seconds. It is not tangible and no work was done to earn it.
    Every politician needs to hear this.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Sydney Brooks

    I will be brief. This radio program is excellent. Mr. Korten speaks concisely and in language that draws the listener in. He educates us on what real value is and why money is not. What are assets? The every day person thinks in terms of our bank account and our house. The billionaires think in terms of what they can shuffle on a computer in minutes or seconds. It is not tangible and no work was done to earn it.
    Every politician needs to hear this.

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