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Pope’s Views on Free Market Seen As Sharp Rebuke in USi
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December 04, 2013 10:21 PM
Pope Francis recently criticized what he called “unfettered capitalism” in a text known as an apostolic exhortation. VOA religion reporter Jerome Socolovsky reports that the remarks have struck a nerve in the United States, long seen as a global proponent of the free market.

Pope’s Views on Free Market Seen As Sharp Rebuke in US

Published December 04, 2013

Pope Francis recently criticized what he called “unfettered capitalism” in a text known as an apostolic exhortation. VOA religion reporter Jerome Socolovsky reports that the remarks have struck a nerve in the United States, long seen as a global proponent of the free market.


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