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Thursday October 10 2008
The Guardian

You say Nobel prize-winner Joseph Stiglitz "punctured" the idea that "people acting in their own self-interest will lead inevitably to economic efficiency" (In praise of..., October 8). Karl Marx, I suppose, does not merit such praise.
Hugh Goodacre
University of Westminster

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