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We are moving forward into a world in which we are going to have to figure out a better way to share out of the common store. We won’t be able to rely on people’s ability to do something actually concretely physically useful in order to get control over the material resources and also to get the validation of self-worth we seem to need to make the system tolerable.

You have hit on the essential social and economic issue. policy decisions that are not grounded on this reality are bound to have unpredictable results at best

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