Tuesday, April 7, 2015

[GMW #3268] A New Imaginative Economic System Not Based On Endless "Growth"

[GMW #3268] A New Imaginative Economic System Not Based On Endless "Growth" Idea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 3500
~ Idea 3668 ~
I wonder if the US economy could not go a step further and provide for the following:

New money would be printed and all armaments and military expenditures would be saved and the money would be given freely to every citizen and family to consume. People who would be satisfied with a reasonable minimum consumption would no longer have to work. Those who would like more would work.

Economists should really come up with a new imaginative economic system in which less and less people would have to work since industries are producing goods cheaply and massively now. There could be earlier retirements, more official holidays, shorter working hours, etc. Why not conceive a whole new strategy not based on endless "growth" and ceaseless hectic activities.

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