The Division Of Labour

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IN the old times a man made his plans, did his work, received his product, said it was his right, and thanked his God that there was enough for all, so no one need starve. Now, an employer makes the plans, a labourer does the work, a monopolist receives the product, a professor says it is all right, and a clergyman thanks his God there is too much for some, so no one need care.