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"What this volume dose not do is is attempt to solve the problems of capitalism, which can only be solved by abolishing the system for production for profit and putting in its place production for needs. Here the distinction is made between work and useless toil, between pleasurable work and boring, well paid useless employment.

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Why Work? Arguments For The Leisure Society <p>"What this volume dose not do is is attempt to solve the problems of capitalism, which can only be solved by abolishing the system for production for profit and putting in its place production for needs. Here the distinction is made between work and useless toil, between pleasurable work and boring, well paid useless employment. All the stars have a go—includes essays by William Morris, Kropotkin, Lewis Mumford, Cliff Harper, Bertrand Russell, Colin Ward. .</p> <p class="description_box"><strong>Authors/Contributers:  </strong>(Vernon Richards, Editor); (William Morris, Contributor); (Peter Kropotkin, Contributor); (Lewis Mumford, Contributor); (Cliff Harper, Contributor); (Bertrand Russell, Contributor); (Colin Ward, Contributor)<br /><strong>Language:</strong> English<br /><strong>Format:</strong> Book (pb)<br /><strong>Pages:</strong> 210<br /><strong>Released:</strong>  1983-07-01<br /><strong>Publisher: </strong>Freedom Press<br /><strong>Dimensions: </strong>210 x 145 x 15 mm<br /><strong>Weight:</strong>  336 g<br /><strong>ISBN: </strong>9780900384257<strong><br /></strong></p>
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"What this volume dose not do is is attempt to solve the problems of capitalism, which can only be solved by abolishing the system for production for profit and putting in its place production for needs. Here the distinction is made between work and useless toil, between pleasurable work and boring, well paid useless employment. All the stars have a go—includes essays by William Morris, Kropotkin, Lewis Mumford, Cliff Harper, Bertrand Russell, Colin Ward. .

Authors/Contributers:  (Vernon Richards, Editor); (William Morris, Contributor); (Peter Kropotkin, Contributor); (Lewis Mumford, Contributor); (Cliff Harper, Contributor); (Bertrand Russell, Contributor); (Colin Ward, Contributor)
Language: English
Format: Book (pb)
Pages: 210
Released:  1983-07-01
Publisher: Freedom Press
Dimensions: 210 x 145 x 15 mm
Weight:  336 g
ISBN: 9780900384257

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"What this volume dose not do is is attempt to solve the problems of capitalism, which can only be solved by abolishing the system for production for profit and putting in its place production for needs. Here the distinction is made between work and useless toil, between pleasurable work and boring, well paid useless employment.

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