Another Day, Another Dollar

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In an interview on C-Span, a New York Times reporter named Jan Hoffman, the principal writer ~f the 200-word obits that continue to appear, noted in passing that none of the surviving friends and relatives talk about what their loved ones did at work, as though for all of them their time at the WTC wasn’t as important to them as their lives outside. What a sad picture of pervasive wage-slave alienation that remark conveyed, I thought, suggesting that the WTC dead lost double, having been where they were, not for any love, but strictly for money.

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