Monday, August 1, 2011

backwardly thinking

три мушъ ки тёрраIndeed, his [Чаянов] whole theory rests on what economist Daniel Thorner calls “the natural history” of a family, as rural couples marry, bear an average of nine children, settle those children on land, and then retire...

[how many survived? it is not that stupid question]

.... any hope for rebuilding a nation’s life on the principles of freedom and family depends on bringing functions—real functions—back into the family home

tax policy should favor the mother-at-home and families with many children

read full version >> The Family-Centered Economy by Allan Carlson

Yes, I also want to live with Les trois mousquetaires

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