Our mutual enemy: Money

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December 7, 2011
In These Times
by Jane Miller  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"I've been reading Claire Tomalin’s new biography of Charles Dickens. Simply titled Charles Dickens: A Life, it’s likely to be one of the best of several books published to celebrate the bicentennial of his birth at the beginning of next year. The book makes a good deal of the fact that money mattered to Dickens, the having of it and the lack of it." [editor's note: This of course misses the point; money's not an "enemy" but only a symbol of moving energy. It's how you obtain it that determines its moral worth - SAT] (12/07/11)


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