The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance - Chapter Seven and Eight pp. 62-89. Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seven and Eight pp. 62-89. Summary

Chapter Seven is another discussion between Sam and Laura. They run into each other at the dry cleaners where Laura complains that Sam can get twice as many shirts done as she can blouses for the same price. Once again Laura is pointing out how unfair things are. Sam and she get into a discussion about competition. What Laura sees as greed, Sam sees as self-interest. Sam agrees that people want to make more money but it always works best in the marketplace when a person sees a need in the community. The person fills the need and provides a service for others. No one is making him provide for the need. He does it to help himself and his family. As his customer base grows, he looks for ways to make a...

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