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Title Religion and economic justice / edited by Michael Zweig
Published Philadelphia : Temple Univ. Press, [1991]
©1991
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 252 pages)
Series UPCC book collections on Project MUSE
Contents Economics and liberation theology / Michael Zweig -- Values and economic structures / Norman K. Gottwald -- An ethical critique of capitalism : contributions of modern Catholic social teaching / Gregory Baum -- Economic justice for whom? : women enter the dialogue / Pamela K. Brubaker -- Jewish liberation theology and emancipatory politics / Michael Lerner -- Man-made starvation in Africa / Ann Seidman -- Global economic structures : their human implications / Amata Miller -- Class and poverty in the U.S. economy / Michael Zweig -- The economy produces people : an introduction to post-liberal democracy / Samuel Bowles and Herbert Gintis -- Individual and community in society and nature / Frances Moore Lappé and J. Baird Callicott
Summary Original essays by distinguished contributors from economics, religious ethics, and biblical studies
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Print version record
Subject Capitalism -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Capitalism -- Religious aspects -- Judaism
Capitalism -- Religious aspects.
Economics -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.
Economics -- Religious aspects -- Judaism.
Judaism -- Doctrines.
Liberation theology.
Religion and justice.
Women and religion.
Form Electronic book
Author Zweig, Michael, 1942-
ISBN 0877228477 (alk. paper)
0877228477 (print)
143990166X electronic bk
9780877228479 (print)
9781439901663 electronic bk
9781566390033