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An insightful guide to the distribution of money in America. I know, we’re all taught to think we’re “middle-class” Americans. Hardly.
About an addiction I didn’t even realize I had. It seems that minimalism is the word du jour around the internet these days. Tiny houses, the 100 Thing Challenge, Non-Conformist work strategies, and urban homesteaders are filling blog-space with ideas … Continue reading
“Anyone who believes in indefinite growth in anything physical, on a physically finite planet, is either mad or and economist ,” Kenneth Boulding, environmental advisor to President Kennedy. A realism to ponder when listening to bankers and politicians.