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Work means everything to us Americans. For centuries - since, say, 1650 - we've believed that it builds character (punctuality, initiative, honesty, self-discipline, and so forth). We've also believed that the market in labour, where we go to find work, has been relatively efficient in allocating opportunities and incomes.
What if jobs are not the solution but the problem? - James Livingston | Aeon Essays 
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What if jobs are not the solution but the problem? - James Livingston | Aeon Essays 
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Work means everything to us Americans. For centuries - since, say, 1650 - we've believed that it builds character (punctuality, initiative, honesty, self-discipline, and so forth). We've also believed that the market in labour, where we go to find work, has been relatively efficient in allocating opportunities and incomes.
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