Final Word

May 24, 1996

This week's Final Word comes from a former broker whose stock has risen recently:

"A written constitution; the democratisation of civil society; the republicanisation of finance; the recognition that the market economy has to be managed and regulated, both at home and abroad; the upholding of a welfare state that incorporates social citizenship; the construction of a stable international financial order beyond the nation state. These feasible and achievable reforms must be accomplished if the dynamism of capitalism is to be harnessed to the common good."

The winner of last week's competition, who correctly identified Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest , is M. Warren of Plymouth.

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