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As we honor Martin Luther King, Jr. it's important that we honor who the man really was and not who he's been mythologized to be. King was a fearsome critic of American economic policy and were he alive today I have to imagine that even at age 84 he would be more active than ever.
Capitalism isn't going away. Indeed, it is the most powerful mechanism on the planet for moving people, money and resources and for creating wealth. But the culture of capitalism is changing in dramatic and disruptive ways.