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Do you think that profit is too strong a driver of human activity in our societies?

0000be • IntolErrance 27 January 2019, 18:39 • 0 • 1• To friends! To friends!

  •            No, nothing works like profit to generate activity, progress and innovation let's Squabble...0%
  •            Yes, individuals who get most profit don't care about long term social benefit, but only about their own personal interest let's Squabble...0%
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