The General Theory Ch. 10
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“[S]ociety is, and then again it is not, in a surplus situation: it is producing a surplus, but is not at liberty not to produce it or to produce less of it than is possible…These various observations add up to a syndrome, namely, to man's fundamentally ambivalent attitude toward his ability to produce a surplus: he likes surplus but is fearful of payin…
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