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Why We Need To Rethink Our Economic Goals

Although we’re led to believe that having fifty different varieties of Oreo cookies and a few dozen different types of toothpaste should provide us with the purposeful choices that make life worth living, many of us feel that the amount of work we have to do in order to make those choices isn’t worth it. Many of us feel, and rightfully so, that we’re being taken advantage of.

“For three decades after World War II,” Robert B. Reich reminds us in Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few, “America created the largest middle class the world had ever seen…




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