Greed was different in the Middle Ages, says Stanford's Laura Stokes
In 16th-century Europe, it was all right to be a rich business person, as long as you followed societal expectations. Selfishness was frowned upon. Assistant Professor Laura Stokes explains in an article by Camille Brown (The Stanford Report, August 2, 2012).
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