New York Times columnist and author of The Economic Naturalist Robert H. Frank crafts this fascinating look at how economic competition is actually hindering the "common good." Here Frank explains that Charles Darwin's theory on the clash between individual and group interests is a perfect analogy for today's economic landscape.
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