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“This should remind us to value the many people whose jobs do not generate huge incomes but are worthwhile, essential, even noble—from scholars and teachers to janitors and street cleaners. The market may not reward them, but we should respect them.”

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This book foresees the nature of a post-pandemic world. It considers the upcoming political, social, technological, and economic consequences

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