Unformatted text preview: that in the 1930 Kellogg's offered its workers 35 hours of pay for a 30 hour work week? This couldn't possibly have worked, right? Guess what, productivity raised so much that in two years those workers were getting paid for thirty hours of work what they had previously been paid for forty hours of work. That’s just crazy! Who would have thought that would happen Could you live a contented life with fewer material possessions? What would make this possible? What personal and social changes would you be willing to consider making or helping to make? These are tough questions we need to ask ourselves. I think they are the right ones to be asking. I realize that after viewing this film that I need to be sure to be content with what I have. Sacrifices have to be made, and as a society it may be hard but we need to be willing to do it....
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2010 for the course ECON 110 taught by Professor Vernon during the Summer '07 term at BYU.
- Summer '07