English, Article edition: Recombinant Slave Equilibria and Their Cure: Living Wage Full Employment Douglas Grote

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  • Recombinant Slave Equilibria and Their Cure: Living Wage Full Employment
Author
  • Douglas Grote
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  • article
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  • Scapegoating and slavery are effects of ordinary necessitous interpersonal relations that are naturally selected, extant in all familial and societal hierarchal equilibria, and evolved from primordial parasitism through our primate cousins in order to manage uncertainty. As such, slavery predates and survives all legal strictures. Although social equilibria have progressed equitably in the developed world, it is suggested that slavery's modern cure will only be found by precluding the genetic proclivity to exclude with an actual living-wage, full-employment economy.
  • psychology, evolution, slavery, Adam Smith, J.M. Keynes, F.D. Roosevelt, Martin Luther King Jr, NAIRU, living-wage full employment,
  • RePEc:taf:rsocec:v:67:y:2009:i:2:p:175-200
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