cheap, suppressing competition and sellingndear." We hear echoes, sounds fromnthe distant past, from the time of thenincreasingly hard-up landed aristocracy.nWhat Galbraith despises about the modernnbusinessman is that he is in trade.nOn the other hand, we have the academicpolitician-bureaucrat,na man likenGalbraith. "The modern politician nownranks well . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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