John Mackey [photo: Dan Winters]
From an article in the New Yorker by Nick Paumgarten, “Does Whole Foods Know What’s Good for You?” Prudentia discovers John Mackey’s book interests:
He sits in a recliner, surrounded by stacks of books. He gives them a good working over, marking them with underlinings, highlighter, and Post-its. He is, as he says, an intuitive-thinking type, on the Myers-Briggs scale. … Among [his books are] a critique of Keynes, biographies of Booker T. Washington, Peter Drucker, and Ayn Rand …; books about "bourgeois virtues,â€ … and Pride and Prejudice.
See more on McCloskey’s Bourgeois Virtues.