Wednesday, July 11, 2012

A SENSE OF VALUES?

We live in a society that sees millions of workers trying to survive from day to day on the equivalent of less than $2 a day and yet we can have a news item such as the following. "A baseball enthusiast has discovered a trove of sports cards hidden inside a soot-covered cardboard box in his grandfather's attic – with an estimated collected value of more than £2 million. ..... Kissner and his family said the cards belonged to their grandfather, Carl Hench, who died in the 1940s. (Daily Telegraph, 11 July) Pieces of old cardboard are valued more than human life inside capitalism. RD

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