In Love Your Neighbor, Ralph Stayer isn’t subtle. He argues forcefully, if at times aggressively, that capitalism is the only economic model that “can end poverty, solve intractable crises, and increase human flourishing.” The book is more or less a sequel to Stayer’s bestseller, Flight of the Buffalo. Stayer is the founder and longtime CEO of Johnsonville foods (think sausage), which served as something of a testing ground for Stayer’s thesis. In Love Your Neighbor, Stayer explains how Johnsonville ran a worker-led operation that he intended as an alignment of Johnsonville’s structure and practices with “God’s plan for human flourishing.” At issue for Stayer is both the moral foundation of capitalism and capitalism’s record over against socialism and its derivatives.