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“…So for me it was a great privilege to be able to question him properly, this time by strolling down Miss Havisham's draughty corridors all the way to his vast study in Lambeth Palace. It's hard to believe that such an enormous room can be overwhelmed by files, papers, candles and icons, but it is. If the archbishop's echoing, cavernous mind sometimes seems to resemble this room, then that's because he's …prodigiously learned …
…The archbishop is clearly resigned to the inevitability of being misrepresented ("Did you know the editorial would excite the press?" "I had a shrewd suspicion." "Are you now immune to it?" "Not entirely, but I'm inured to it"), but on occasions, I suggest, it happens because he lifts the knife, then fails to plunge it in. When he observes that economic relations as they are currently played out threaten people's sense of what life is and what reality means, surely what he's really saying is that capitalism damages people. To my surprise, he agrees. Does he therefore think economic relations should be ordered in a different way? "Yes." So is it fair to say, then, that he's anti-free market capitalism? "Yes," he says and roars with laughter. "Don't you feel better for my having said it?"…”
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