Return, though, to the assumptionnadvanced by Harrington that most ofnhis readers (and even his critics) todaynaccept unquestioningly. The assumptionnis that income ought to be more equallyndistributed. It would be easy in replynto resort to the economic argument thatnincome differences are a spur to productivity,nand that if everyone had the . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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