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  •  Pouring more money into the economy (1+ / 0-)
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    had some salutary effects.  However, as long as the money changers are able to capture a percentage of every dollar spent and remove it from circulation, it's a losing proposition.

    That money is inherently worthless, except as an instrument of deprivation -- i.e. people deprived of access to money are ipso facto marginalized and relegated to subordination, thereby validating the principle of "natural" social stratification--is not readily accepted by the money changers. And, how to convince them that hoarding money is a socially useless enterprise is still uncertain.  Besides, if social stratification is an independent desideratum, then there is some value in hoarding money for the money changers.
    How do we convince people that humans subordinating humans is bad?  

    The conservative mind relies mainly on what is plain to see.

    by hannah on Fri Nov 12, 2010 at 03:54:30 AM PST

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