The Obsolete Class

The Obsolete Class Summary

This volume is a brave discussion of behaviors that are calculated to determine the value of human worth to society. There are certain behaviors that are likely to assign an individual or nation to rigid economic and social classes that are consistent with defined economic values. The choices individuals make will determine their fate. The cost of certain behaviors to productive individuals will be a key factor in determining roles individuals will play in society. A clearly defined hierarchy of values will be assigned to individuals according to their cost/productivity in society. Class will become relevant again. The bottom class will be known as the Obsolete Class because they are of little or no value to themselves or to society.

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