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    • Pegasus November 2022
      • The Mindset of the Moral Capitalist by Michael Hartoonian
      • Mindsets by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus October 2022
      • The 100th Anniversary of Mussolini’s March on Rome: Il Duce’s Long Shadow by Stephen B. Young
      • What Knowledge is of Most Worth? Education’s Purpose by Michael Hartoonian
      • What’s Worth Knowing by Richard D. Van Scotter
      • Getting to the Bottom of Things by Charlie Mattioli
      • Where is the Wisdom We have Lost in Knowledge? by Tom Abeles
    • Pegasus September 2022
      • No Trust, No Future by Michael W. Wright
      • Our Evolution from Organic Toward Inorganic Beings by Michael Hartoonian
      • Ad Astra Per Aspera by Tom Abeles
      • History of the Study of Business Management (Administration): From a Discipline to a Potential Profession by John Mauriel
    • Pegasus August 2022
      • Moral Capitalism and the Middle Class by Michael Hartoonian
      • Filial Remembrance of His Mother by Wen Jiabao, Former Chinese Premier
      • The Re-emergence of Theocracy in Modern China by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus July 2022
      • The Moral Capitalist: Dimensions, Attributes and Assessments by Michael Hartoonian
      • What Are Governments for Anyway? by Stephen B. Young
      • Cartoons Curated by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus June 2022
      • Introduction by Stephen B. Young
      • Opportunity Costs and Morality by Michael Hartoonian
      • Recentering Moral Capitalism by Stephen B. Young The MBA Oath
    • Pegasus May 2022
      • Directors of Moral Systems by Michael Hartoonian
      • Surviving Speed and Complexity by Michael W. Wright
      • Purposeful Boards of Directors by Steve Young
      • Caux Round Table’s 2021 Dayton Award Presented
    • Pegasus April 2022
      • The Charmed Structure of Friendship by Michael Hartoonian
      • Designing Friendships by Michael Hartoonian
      • Russian Church Social Concept by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus March 2022
      • A Civic Business by Mary Anne Kowalski
      • The Elusive Democratic Mind by Richard D. Van Scotter
      • Re: The Elusive Democratic Mind by David Earle
      • Strengthening Democracy from Moral Philosophy by José Luis Fernández Fernández
    • Pegasus February 2022
      • The Art and Architecture of Moral Capitalism by Michael Hartoonian
      • Yijing by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus January 2022
      • An Open Letter to Educators by Michael Hartoonian
      • 2021 Year in Review by Caux Round Table Staff
    • Pegasus December 2021
      • The Moral Sense of First Graders by Michael Hartoonian
      • What Do We Owe to Our Fellow Humans? by Mohammad Hashim Kamali
      • Reader Reflection on Morals by Stephen Jordan
    • Pegasus November 2021
      • Introduction by Stephen B. Young
      • An Epistemology of Truth by Michael Hartoonian
      • Company Truth by Stephen B. Young
      • The Genealogy of Truth by Stephen B. Young
      • Opioids and Truth by Stephen B. Young
      • Self-truth: Real or Imagined? by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus October 2021
      • Employment, Labor and Work: To What End? by Stephen B. Young
      • Capitalism By Any Other Name by Michael Hartoonian
      • Pale Horse, Pale Rider: Covid-19 and Social Responsibility by Rich Broderick
    • Pegasus September 2021
      • Emerging from a Cultural Wilderness by Richard D. Van Scotter

        Amazon and Facebook: Internet Champions in the Game of Monopoly by Rich Broderick

        Cartoons: Collected by Steve Young and Curated by Patrick Rhone

    • Pegasus August 2021
      • Socialized Capitalism: A New Challenger to Moral Capitalism by Stephen B. Young

        The Will to Creative Power: Nietzsche and the Birth of Existential Freedom by Rich Broderick

    • Pegasus July 2021
      • Infrastructure by Michael Hartoonian
      • Gravity & Grace: Simone Weil and the Need for Roots by Rich Broderick
      • A Dialectical Approach to Understanding Complex Social Relationships by José Luis Fernández Fernández
      • Covid-19: An Opportunity to Redress the Arrogance of Human Beings Against Nature by Kazuhiko Togo
      • Post Coronavirus World: Could We Expect a Better Domain? by Abdullah al-Ahsan
      • Synchronous Communication is Rendering Our Moral Codes Obsolete by Michael Wright
    • Pegasus June 2021
      • A Caux Round Table Proposal: Addressing An Historic Disparity in Accessing
        Capital Assets by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus May 2021
      • The Task At Hand: Foundations for a Moral Economy In the Aftermath of The Global Pandemic by John Dalla Costa
      • Outro by Rich Broderick
    • Pegasus April 2021
      • An Important Advantage of Ethics: Optimizing Entropy in the Self-System by Stephen B. Young
      • QAnon, One of Entropy’s Political Faces by Rich Broderick
      • On Entropy: The Second Law of Thermodynamics – Application for the Good Life by Michael Hartoonian
    • Pegasus March 2021
      • A Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities
      • Excerpts from Framework For Inclusive Capitalism: A New Compact Among Businesses, Government & American Workers
      • Proper Stakeholder Management: Strengthening the Bottom Line by Bob MacGregor
      • An Important Caux Round Table Innovation by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus February 2021
      • Overview of Initiatives Proposing Systemic Reform of Capitalism by Stephen B. Young
      • Caux Round Table Teams Up with Growth & Justice to Address Racism and Its
      • Negative Effects on All Americans by Richard Broderick
      • Our Vision of the “Round Tables on Racism” by Vincent Reed
    • Pegasus January 2021
      • 2020 Year in Review by Caux Round Table Staff
      • Pandemics: The Stakeholders’ Dilemma by Richard Broderick
      • Quo Vadis, World? by Richard Broderick
    • Pegasus December 2020
      • The Caux Round Table Principles for Business and Stoic Humanism by Stephen B. Young
      • U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Human Capital Disclosure
    • Pegasus November 2020
      • Introduction by Patrick Rhone
      • Voices From Abroad: International Commentaries on the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election
      • A Conversation with Lord Daniel Brennan on the U.S. Election by Richard Broderick
      • The American 2020 Presidential Election – Ethos Anthropos Daimon by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus October 2020
      • Fratelli Tutti – An Encyclical of Pope Francis by Stephen B. Young
      • Human Dignity in Islam and its Impact on Our Society by Professor Muhammad Hashim Kamali
      • What Rough Beast by Richard Broderick
    • Pegasus September 2020
      • Capital: A Basic Human Right?
        An Essay in Contextualizing Dialectical Materialism by Stephen B. Young
      • To Hell or Connaught: Neoliberal Capitalism Sets Ireland – and the Rest of the World – on the Path to Catastrophe by Richard Broderick
      • Autumn Equinox by Richard Broderick
    • Pegasus August 2020
      • Novus Ordo Seclorum: A New Order for the Age by Stephen B. Young
      • Novus Ordo Seclorum and Catholic Social Teachings Commentary by Stephen B. Young and John Dalla Costa
      • Tales of the Grim Reaper — The Plague by Albert Camus: Review and Commentary by Richard Broderick
      • Policing as a Public Trust – A Workshop on the Ethics of Public Stewardship by Stephen B. Young and Richard Broderick
      • Poems by Richard Broderick
    • Pegasus July 2020
      • Slavery: A Widespread Affliction from the Middle Ages to 19th Century Abolition by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus June 2020
      • Social Capital Achievement: 2019 Country Rankings by Stephen B. Young, Dr. Noel Purcell, and Nabeela Khan
      • Principles for Living in Times of Pandemics and Civil Disturbance by Rich Broderick
      • Revolutionary Success Versus Revolutionary Failure: On Revolution by Rich Broderick
    • Pegasus May 2020
      • Coronavirus and the CRT Principles for Governments by Stephen B. Young
      • Principles for Responsible Business: In the Face of a Pandemic by Richard Broderick
      • Kroger’s $21 Million Man by Judd Legum
      • Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People? Reflections on the Book of Job by Stephen B. Young
      • The Crisis & The Cure: The Covid-19 Pandemic from CAPP-USA
      • Guarding The World From Covid-19 by Ven. Anil Sakya
      • Ahead of the Pack: The Art of Leading by Klaus M. Leisinger — A Review by Richard Broderick
    • Pegasus April 2020
      • Public Interest Capitalism & Going Beyond ROE (Abridged) by George Hara
      • Proceedings of Caux Round Table Round Table on Climate Change
      • Earth as Stakeholder by Patrick Rhone
    • Pegasus March 2020
      • The Age of Surveillance Capitalism – A Precis of its Disruptive Thesis by Stephen B. Young
      • Ethical Principles for the Use of Artificial Intelligence (Draft)
      • Other Voices: Facial Recognition Software Takes Personal Invasion into a New Dimension — The St. Louis Post-Dispatch
      • AI at Google: Our Principles by Sundar Pichai by CEO of Google
      • Will the Coming Combination of AI and Oligarchies Produce a New Feudalism? by Michael Wright
    • Pegasus February 2020
      • Round Table on Valuation Proceedings — Sydney, Australia
      • Round Table on Valuation Proceedings —
 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
      • Workshop on Valuation Methodologies Proceedings — San Francisco, California
    • Pegasus January 2020
      • Caux Round Table for Moral Capitalism 2019 Year in Review
    • Pegasus December 2019
      • Proceedings of 2019 Global Dialogue
    • Pegasus November 2019
      • Enlightened Self-Interest: The Treaty of Versailles and its Disastrous Outcome by Richard Broderick
      • Minnesota Business Leadership: Pioneering a Moral Capitalism: A Personal Reflection by Richard Broderick
      • Remarks by Brad Anderson at Minnesota Business Leadership: Pioneering a Moral Capitalism
      • Acceptance Remarks by Douglas M. Baker, Jr.: Dayton Award for Distinction in Moral Capitalism
      • Letter from Marcus Peacock Chief Operating Officer of Business Roundtable
      • Letter from Robert Doar of American Enterprise Institute
      • Letter from U.S. Senator Marco Rubio
      • Letter from U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar
    • Pegasus October 2019
      • Cast a Cold Eye on Life on Death by Richard Broderick
      • Thymos by Stephen B. Young
      • A World Split Apart by Alexandr Solzhenitsyn
      • Centesimus Annus by His Holiness John Paul II
    • Pegasus September 2019
      • Origins: The Rise of Labor Day by Richard Broderick
      • Martin Luther on Vocation
      • The Principles of Scientific Management 
Chapter 2: “The Principles of Scientific Management”by Frederick Winslow Taylor
      • World of Our Fathers by Richard Broderick
    • Pegasus May 2019
      • Our New Stage of Capitalism – Financialism by Richard Broderick
      • The View From Europe by Richard Broderick
      • Caux Round Table for Moral Capitalism’s
        Code of Conduct for Banks and other Financial Intermediation
      • Wall Street and the Behavioral Science of Making Culture Ethical by Brian Gallagher
    • Pegasus April 2019
      • Love – Truthfulness – Investment by Andreas Suchanek
    • Pegasus March 2019
      • A Principled Business World by Richard Broderick
      • Principles For Responsible Business
    • Pegasus February 2019
      • Proceedings: Round Table on Covenants of the Prophet Muhammad with Christian Communities
      • Opinion of Justice Asif Saeed Khan Khosa of Pakistan
      • The Covenant of the Prophet Muhammad with the Christians of Najran
      • The Muslim View by Richard Broderick
      • The Covenants of the Prophet Muhammad by Halim Rane
      • Apostolic Journey Of His Holiness Pope Francis To The United Arab Emirates
      • Moral Capitalism In the Real World by Stephen B. Young
    • Pegasus January 2019
      • Eyes on the Prize by Richard Broderick
      • Looking Back on 2018: The Reality of Market Power by Stephen B. Young

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