The Politics of Moral Capital
Cambridge University Press, 2001 - Philosophy - 277 pages
He argues that a moral crisis has afflicted the nation at its mythical heart and has been refracted through and enacted within its central institutions, eroding the moral capital of government and people and undermining the nation's morale."--BOOK JACKET.
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