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Girardi, Mamunuru, Halliday, and Bowles investigate, does studying economics make you selfish? In contrast to earlier research, they conclude no. Angus Deaton, in his book Economics in America: An Immigrant Economist Explores the Land of Inequality apparently says, "A reader might be forgiven for thinking we are scoundrels concerned only with our own financial gain." Apparently, the Rochdale Principles were set out in 1844 in Rochdale, England, as principles for running cooperatives. Intentional communities are another example of a non-capitalist institution. I have stumbled upon a web site for the Foundation for Intentional Communities. 'Keynesian Spaceman', in comments, informs me I was once brought up in a dispute on a discord server associated with some Austrian economists.

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