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Word Acts: Business Schools

Lawrence Willson muses on what is taught in business schools.

Little do I know of their schooling, yet
'twas a time 'twas a thing called fair profit
'twas earned by decent fair-minded people
creating a thing of genuine worth
thinking a new thing bettering the world
making a useful thing with their own hands
involving honest work meeting real needs

Self-interest: 'twas not theology


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