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" It is more usual to speak of them as "the better classes," because they are in better circumstances and are better able to do as they like. Their place in the economic scheme of the civilised world is to consume the net product of the country's industry... "
The Vested Interests and the State of the Industrial Arts - 163 psl.
autoriai: Thorstein Bunde Veblen - 1919 - 183 psl.
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Theories of the Labor Movement

Simeon Larson, Bruce Nissen - 1987 - 414 psl.
...are uncommon. But it is not usual to speak of the kept classes as the uncommon classes, inasmuch as they personally differ from the common run of mankind...So much so that certain classes, professions, and occupations—such as the clergy, the military, the courts, police, and legal profession—are perhaps...
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Thorstein Veblen– Critical Assessments, 1 tomas

John Cunningham Wood - 1993 - 716 psl.
...the common man by the governmental representatives of the businessmen is not difficult to achieve as "he is helpless within the rules of the game as it...twentieth century under the enlightened principles of the 18th century" (Veblen 1946, p. 163). A remark in Absentee Ownership vividly describes the pathetic...
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Modern Corporation and American Political Thought– Law, Power, and Ideology

Scott Bowman - 2010 - 454 psl.
...Enterprise, p. 131. 138. Vested Interests, pp. 174-75. 139. Absentee Ownership, pp. 35-36, 47. 140. "The great distinguishing mark of the common man is...rules of the game as it is played in the twentieth centu-v under the enlightened principles of the eighteenth century." Vested Interests, p. 163. 141....
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The Vested Interests

Thorstein Veblen - 2001 - 150 psl.
...circumstances and are better able to do as they like. Their place in the economic scheme of the civilized world is to consume the net product of the country's...century. There are all degrees of this helplessness that characterizes the common lot. So much so that certain classes, professions, and occupations — such...
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The Dial, 66 tomas

Francis Fisher Browne, Waldo Ralph Browne, Scofield Thayer - 1919 - 688 psl.
...side and the common man on the other side is by no means hard and fast. Doubtful cases are frequent, and a shifting across the line occurs now and again,...century. There are all degrees of this helplessness that characterizes the common lot. So much so that certain classes, professions, and occupations — such...
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