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William Greider discusses his book, “The Soul of Capitalism: Opening Paths to a Moral Economy.” He says that priceless elements in people’s lives are being driven out by prices being placed on everything. Greider talks about the concentration of media ownership and believes that the reinvention of capitalism cannot be done by government. He shares the beliefs of Milton Friedman, Emil Brunner, and Amartya Sen about capitalism. Greider talks about United Airlines and its failed attempt at employee ownership. He goes on to discuss the master/servant relationship based on feudalism, David Stockman, temporary employees in Silicon Valley, and investments.