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The Acton Institute
In 1950s Brooklyn, a young boy’s idyllic childhood is changed after a simple interaction with his Jewish neighbor.
Volume 1 of The Good Society is a 6-part series that that focuses on the intersection between the human person and economics and explores themes of work and creativity, entrepreneurship, and exchange.
Each human person is unique and unrepeatable and created in the image of God. This series proposes a human-centered vision of the economics and commerce, and shows how global collaboration and competition unlock human ingenuity and play a role in building a free and virtuous society.