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About TEAFS (To Each A Fair Share) Our nation's ideals now face two impossible problems: 1) Government spending far exceeds our ability to pay, and 2) Unemployed, those on government support, on welfare, on pensions and on charity are doomed to impoverishment. TEAFS shows that we do not need everyone working. Now any who don't work must starve and their families must lose their homes. Yet our groceries are full of food and our shops filled with goods. Some thing is terribly wrong! Capitalism produces our marvelous quantity of excellent goods using fewer and fewer workers; it does not need everyone working. TEAFS shows a way to adjust Adam Smith's Capital system, keeping its splendid production power and modifying the wage system to give everyone a fair share (those who contribute most get a larger share) of the food and goods. Using computers to report worker's efforts allows an Economic Council to figure each person's just share. With that data, each payday every citizen receives a check they can spend to buy the food and goods they need. This simple and just approach guarantees each citizen a fair share in America's plenty.
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