Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Labor Day–something’s missing…

Americans are now enjoying Labour Day (even if they can’t spell it properly).  But as Larry Reed points out, it’s a little ridiculous to celebrate labour without capital – “not only indispensable but hugely dependent upon each other as well.”

The are not just the ultimate complementary factors of production, they are and always should be understood as harmonious.

So why a Labour Day and not a Capital Day?

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