|To: abuelita who wrote (341872)||10/14/2021 1:06:50 PM|
|Once decline sets in I wonder if collapse is inevitable. The Roman empire began to fall apart in 200BCE but didn't collapse until 1200BCE, but it slowly lost territory and influence the whole time. It never recovered (The remnants are Armenia). China has gone through cycles of influence, but it's not clear to me if it went through a decline and recovered, or was replaced by a new culture. Teaching about the history of the world beyond North America and Europe was sadly lacking when I was in school.|
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|To: abuelita who wrote (341878)||10/14/2021 1:26:01 PM|
on the other hand, those people who lost their jobs will not be able to afford the above. every job lost also createsa ripple effect, and not a good one.
I totally see that reality.
That's where the free market human disposal flush must yield to compassionate intelligent government investment for a subsidized transformation of workers. A role for the amoral free market after intelligent (non-corrupt) government intervention.
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