The Late Michael Novak, Who Helped Bring Down The Soviet Union, Had Unusual Insights On Business

Michael Novak, who died recently at age 83 from colon cancer, was a philosopher and theologian of the first rank. His writings on capitalism, democracy and religion had an enormous influence in the 1980s and 1990s. In fact, they provided critical intellectual underpinnings that led to the demise of Soviet communism.

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Interview with Jerry Bowyer of Forbes

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Transcript part 1 "The Memoirs Of Michael Novak: How The Democratic Party Moved From 'Tough Center-Left' To 'Brie And Chablis' (3/17/14)

Transcript part 2: "'Never Envy The Rich': What Michael Novak Can Teach Thomas Piketty About Income Equality" (5/09/14)

Transcript part 3: "Former Kennedy Advisor Says Obama Reminiscent Of Nixon" (5/22/14)

Transcript part 4: "How Margaret Thatcher Put Sexist Socialist President Of France In His Place"  (6/09/14)

Transcript part 5: "Scholar Who Taught John Paul II To Appreciate Capitalism Worries About Pope Francis" (6/03/14)


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