Louis O. Kelso Quote

The sooner the world solves its economic problems, the sooner its inhabitants can afford leisure and peace and get on with the non-material things that are inherently important: the work of mind and spirit that is gloriously and uniquely human, the work that no machine can ever do.


How to turn eighty million workers into capitalists on borrowed money (ed. 1968)

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The sooner the world solves its economic problems, the sooner its inhabitants can afford leisure and peace and get on with the non-material things...

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The sooner the world solves its economic problems, the sooner its inhabitants can afford leisure and peace and get on with the non-material things...

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The sooner the world solves its economic problems, the sooner its inhabitants can afford leisure and peace and get on with the non-material things...

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The sooner the world solves its economic problems, the sooner its inhabitants can afford leisure and peace and get on with the non-material things...