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I think we have to just ask ourselves deeper questions about where we are with the project called capitalism. And capitalism is not immoral, it's amoral. It requires our instruction. Capitalism has taken more people out of poverty than any other ism. But it is a wild beast, and if not tamed it can chew up a lot of people along the way.
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And, in fact, those people's lives that it has chewed up, are pushing to politics in our homes towards populism. And so I think we have to think about the private sector, but we have to have some humility about what we can achieve in the private sector. But it will need a change and it'll be uncomfortable, perhaps, for people to get there