• Michael Sandel


What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets. Michael Sandel, April 2, 2013, Book. “There are some things money can’t buy, but these days, not many. Today, almost everything is up for sale. Here are a few examples: A prison cell upgrade: $82 per night. In Santa Ana, California, and some other cities, nonviolent offenders can pay for better accommodations—a clean, quiet jail cell, away from the cells for nonpaying prisoners. Access to the car pool lane while driving solo: $8 during rush hour. Minneapolis and other cities are trying to ease traffic congestion by letting solo drivers pay to drive in car pool lanes, at rates that vary according to traffic…” Link