Putting a price tag on everything makes money matter more, and makes life harder more for those with less money.
Do we live in a market society where everyting is now up for sale?
Sandel said, "If all money could buy was just yacht and fancy vacation, inequality would matter less than it does today when money determines access to health, education and political influence. And secondly, market values sometimes corrupt and crowd out non-market values worth caring about. Health, education, civic life and personal relations."
Also check out this recent BBC documentary on the banking crisis (uk ip only, for limited time only):