The Washington Times reviews Acton’s Call of the Entrepreneur today in an article titled “Capitalist Calling”:
The Acton Institute hopes the documentary will crush the popular myth of business as a “zero-sum game.”
Jay Richards, the director of Acton Media, told an audience at a Heritage Foundation screening that the “point is that human beings create wealth; it’s not a zero-sum game.”
The film addresses the critics of capitalism while acknowledging that capitalism’s defenders are sometimes too theoretical. “The Call of the Entrepreneur” discusses aspects of entrepreneurship in “moral” terms seldom used by libertarians.
“We consider ‘God’ a public word,” Mr. Richards said.