If a shovel replaces a hand, worn, and a digger ten shovels and the hands that hold them, worn, one can not say that the cost should not be minimized for the cost is hands, worn.
If a digital form replaces a bureacratic job and lifestyle, it supported by hands, worn, one can not say that the cost should not be minimized for the cost is, again, hands worn.
A labourer, worn, knows the costs that are minimized for it is their bones, their bodies, worn.
It is thus not cost reduction that is the problem yet the decisors not knowing how to distribute the excess production resultant from the cost reduction efforts.
This is where labour and in fact anyone concerned need focus their attention and come up with solutions for not only a prosperous America yet, in sharing those solutions, a prosperous world.
Just my thoughts.
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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