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December 9, 2013 12:00 AM

Jay Ambrose: Pope’s criticisms of capitalism don’t hold up

Should non-Catholics care what Pope Francis says? Of course. His is a big, big voice; he is a good, good Christian man; and millions just may be swayed when he says capitalism hurts the poor. His high intentions in a recent papal statement are the kind forever paving the road to more socialist bedevilment, and we all have a stake in that.

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