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2:04 PM, April 25th, 2012
[O]ur current political debates are largely impoverished. We hear a lot of shouting past one another, and relatively little engagement with the big questions—including questions of justice and the common good—that people care about. But I believe there is a great hunger for a better kind of politics, and a morally more robust kind of public discourse. The book tries to provoke or inspire such arguments. Whether we can elevate our politics remains to be seen.
Michael Sandel is optimistic on the future. Read about his book, ‘What Money Can’t Buy,’ in Newsweek. You can also scroll through our Q&A with the author
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