"Freeing capitalism to do what it does best won't just create national wealth and reduce...

|By:, SA News Editor

"Freeing capitalism to do what it does best won't just create national wealth and reduce poverty, but expand the ability of Americans to achieve earned success — to pursue happiness," writes Charles Murray in the WSJ, where he analyzes why "capitalism has an image problem." Restoring capitalism's reputation, therefore, also includes returning the "vocabulary of virtue" to the discussion.