A Quote by Frank Hyneman Knight on absence, assumptions, change, consequences, economics, problems, revolution, and struggle
If all properly economic problems were solved once for all . . . the social struggle and strife would . . . [not necessarily] be reduced in amount or intensity . . . in the absence of some moral revolution which could by no means be assumed to follow in consequence of this change itself.
Source: Freedom and Reform, 1947, ch. 4
Contributed by: Zaady