John Woolman and the Global Economy, by David Morse
"Our New England Yearly Meeting committee, Prejudice and Poverty, feels this writing by David Morse is useful in considering the question of global economics, so, with his permission, we've published it along with photographs from him and Skip Schiel. We hope you will consider carefully the arguments he makes for opposing the hurtful practices of the World Trade Organization, World Bank, International Monetary Fund and other agencies, along with allied global corporations.
"He ponders what a present day John Woolman might do in the face of such domination: Oppose wrong action and ideas and correct them, while seeking the larger picture. "Look first of all within," as Mr. Morse puts it, drawing a primary lesson from John Woolman."
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