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Eugene Linden

“In an age in which economists take for granted that people equate well-being with consumption, increasing numbers of people seem willing to trade certain freedoms and material comforts for a sense of immutable order and the rapture of faith.”


Eugene Linden, The Future in Plain Sight: The Rise of the "True Believers" and Other Clues to the Coming Instability
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