The Economist

Xenophon's Oeconomicus offers a pragmatic alternative way of looking at questions of wealth, property, and human happiness.  He is neither an economist nor a philosopher, only a man who, though he valued courage and honor above wealth, understand the true significance of property as the foundation of prosperity and . . .

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