Waheed Hussain No word comes to mind more naturally in describing the revenues for their owners, but can be consumed to satisfy a want economic system that we have now in the United States than or need. Productive assets are goods such as land, oil, natural "capitalism." Unfortunately, as soon as the word "capitalism" gas, machinery, buildings, labor power, and artificial assets such comes to mind, so too does its opposite, "communism." And as stocks, bonds and other financial instruments. These goods, once these two words are in the air, the tables are tilted in favor unlike consumption goods, do generate economic returns for of the status quo: anyone arguing for change has to resist a tide their owners. They can do so in many ways: a productive asset of criticism, roughly of the form, "if you're not for what we have can be rented out to someone who will use it to satisfy a want or now, then you must be for the other thing, and how could you be need (e.g. a house); a productive asset can be used to produce for that?" other goods for sale (e.g. oil); a productive asset can be rented A
The Good Society – Penn State University Press
Published: Jan 7, 2007
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