“if one accepts the innate, singular talent of the manager, or that wealth is bestowed by God, or even the more pedestrian, unalloyed good of Goldman Sachs’ endeavors, then that wealth and power which private equity currently holds is no worry. If, however, one does not find these explanations persuasive, then the historic circumstances that give rise to a particular way of getting rich, and the specific mechanics of societal reorganization that come with it must be the empirical starting point for any manner of political critique.”

by Daniel Souleles

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