The Tyranny of the Necessity of Selling

“If, in the present chaotic and shameful struggle for existence, when organized society offers a premium on greed, cruelty, and deceit, men can be found who stand aloof and almost alone in their determination to work for good rather than gold, who suffer want and persecution rather than desert principle, who can bravely walk to the scaffold for the good they can do humanity, what may we expect from men when freed from the grinding necessity of selling the better part of themselves for bread?”—Lucy Parsons

“Instead of studying how to make it worth men’s while to buy my baskets, I studied rather how to avoid the necessity of selling them.”—Henry David Thoreau

“Man truly achieves his full human condition when he produces without being compelled by the physical necessity of selling himself as a commodity.”—Ernesto “Che” Guevara

“‘Market value’ means the amount that would be paid in cash by a willing buyer who desires to buy, but is not required to buy, to a willing seller who desires to sell, but is under no necessity of selling.”—Jeff Hamilton

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  1. Pingback: In pursuit of a nonbusiness model | In defense of anagorism

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