Posted on : October 10, 2017
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Category : Economics
A good way to divide advanced societies is to ask: which are the good ones if you’re doing well, and which are the good ones if you’re doing badly? Interestingly, the results are very different. An associated fact is that most of us do not, financially at least, end up winners. That should give us pause for thought. “We all, naturally, want to be winners. And so, consequently, a great many countries are designed to reward winners. These are the countries that pay a good deal of attention to optimising the conditions of life available to people who win. In such lands, if one is a winner and falls ill, the hospitals are outstanding…”