Wednesday, December 20, 2006
Hearts, Minds and Schools - washingtonpost.com: "But as I encountered daily the intractability of Latin America's problems, it became clear to me that poverty and injustice were rooted in the region's values. I was learning what Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan would articulate years later, after the Russian economy collapsed in the late 1990s. 'I used to think that capitalism was human nature,' he reflected. 'But it isn't at all. It's culture.' The same is true of democracy."