Even the richest person, provided the riches comes from mutually beneficial exchange, does not need to give anything 'back' to the community, because this person took nothing out of the community. Indeed, the reverse is true: Enterprises give to the community. Their owners take huge risks, and front the money for investment, precisely with the goal of serving others. Their riches are signs that they have achieved their aims.



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