> >They (bourgeois economists)
> >believe that competitive markets lead to the efficient allocation of
> >resources, that money is the measure of all things, and people are
> >paid in proportion to their contribution to society.
Ju-Chang, for some strange reason, responds:
> But in the world poor people's living standards haven't been raised. There are
> still a lot of people suffering from cold and hunger. They can't afford to send
> their children to school, and, as a result, too many children are deprived of
> education. Why?
> Ju-chang He
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