America's need for an 'ethical renaissance'

Journal of Business Ethics 1 (2):99 - 108 (1982)

Abstract
Remember the words of Cain, Am I my brother's keeper? God said to him that his brother's blood cries out from the ground. What do these words suggest for the role of government? I assert that there is an ethic of accountability, caring and sharing fundamental to individual and corporate life. Creation was provided for all humanity. Until we can grasp a global view of resource stewardship we cannot begin to consider wise utilization. The goal must be an ethical renaissance that will bring security more effective than any military force.
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