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"An important contribution to our critical understanding of the possibilities for dialogue and mutual influence between Catholic social thought and Anglo-American liberalism."
—John Langan, S.J., Journal of American Academy of Religion
"He rightly chides theologians for being so often absorbed in moral questions regarding just distribution that they fail to attend to the positive moral impact of the productivity of capitalism in the creating of goods, new wealth, and jobs."
—William French, Journal of Religion
"Novak is to be commended for raising the question of liberty in connection with economic justice. . . . This volume makes a significant contribution to the discussion of Catholic social thought and contemporary economic policies."
—John T. Pawlikowski, O.S.M., Theology Today