The bill of indictment is familiar: Commercial society is driven by the base motivation of greed; it replaces the vital and organic human connections of family, community, nation, and faith with the attenuated and flimsy bond of the cash nexus; it debases life by reducing everything in its sphere to dollars and cents; it panders to the lowest common denominator of mass tastes, elevating the tawdry and the vulgar over the lofty and the original; and, in the end, it serves no higher end than the mindless accumulation of things.

— Brink Lindsey  

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