Civilizing the Economy A New Economics of Provision

Priorities for 2014: What about these?

Posted Jan 7, 2014 by Marvin Brown in Uncategorized, No Comments


1.     Stop the selling of arms in the Middle East



2.     Stop using drones against our enemies



3.     Get people working with pay to build their communities



4.     Eliminate the interest on student debt



5.     Build public banks



6.     Return citizen’s rights to released prisoners



7.     Protect women from government intrusion



8.     Decrease carbon emissions



9.     Build renewable energy facilities



10.Get involved in representative politics






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Marvin T. Brown, Ph.D teaches business and organizational ethics at the University of San Francisco and Saybrook University in San Francisco.

This book is the culmination of 30 years of teaching and writing on business and society from a communicative perspective. Visit for more information.

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