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Articles > 2012 > 16 November > Reviews > Book reviews >

Bankers, think again!

But perhaps not quite in this way, says Hugh Rayment-Pickard

Of Markets and Men: Reshaping finance for a new season
James Featherby
Tomorrow's Company £10*
(978-0-9572949-1-2)

THERE is unanimous agreement that "something needs to be done" to address the abuses in the banking sector, and James Featherby is the latest commentator to propose a remedy. He does not think that capitalism has failed, but that it has not fully delivered on its promises, and that now "is a good time to ...

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