Effects of business

Written by Wendell Berry

But when the interests of local communities and economies are relentlessly subordinated to the interest of "business," then two further catastrophes inevitably result.  First, the people are increasingly estranged from the native wealth, health, knowledge, and pleasure of their country.  And, second, the country itself is destroyed.

Wendell Berry, The Art of the Commonplace, p.200.

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