Wealthy Nations Need Moral Sentiments

Shaun Morgan
2 min read

A truly successful nation—whose wealth is measured by the praises of its citizens—ought to be the byproduct of individuals who freely take on the responsibility to love all of their neighbors equally in every aspect of their lives. Indeed, an inseparable and reciprocal relationship exists between one’s own interest and the interest of the broader society. 

Find out more about how America's founding fathers and Adam Smith understood the need for individual moral responsibility to undergird a free society:


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Posted August 12, 2020
Shaun Morgan
Shaun Morgan

Shaun Morgan manages Investment Marketing for Eventide. He is responsible for developing strategy and supporting content creation for investment marketing at Eventide.