force of ethical considerations; it uproots community life; it undermines ecological reparations.
The extent to which any of the effects listed is singularly the effect of the
market is arguable. However, it is noticeable just how comparatively rarely
these considerations are currently aired and debated. Some immediate reasons for this might include the prevalence of identity politics, a decline of
scholarly interest in power and the powerful, and continued widespread
acceptance of economic growth as the primary goal of political management.
It is also