And then Schliemann went on to outline some of the wastes of competition: the losses of industrial warfare; the ceaseless worry and friction; the vices--such as drink, for instance, the use of which had nearly doubled in twenty years, as a consequence of the intensification of the economic struggle; the idle and unproductive members of the community, the frivolous rich and the pauperized
poor; the law and the whole machinery of repression; the wastes of social ostentation, the milliners and tailors, the hairdressers, dancing masters, chefs and lackeys.
The impoverished and the pauperized
citizens take notes of the corridors of power.
So Palestinians, helpless, are left to lament their broken democracy, their pauperized
society, their disunited polity.
Don't expect any salvation when corruption is crowned, transparency is shrouded, public accountability is traumatized, the supremacy of law is paralyzed and entrepreneurship is pauperized
24 story about militarized police ("Blurring the line of police, military"), such police serve their purpose, which is to ensure by brute force that a disenfranchised and pauperized
population is taught to obey or perish.
A society of petit rentiers is far better than a society of pauperized
proletarians--but it may be a very different society, in terms of relations between the generations and the principal function of the social state, among other things, than the one that obtained at midcentury in Europe or America.
If anything is given to the South-South above 17%, then all the remaining 30 States and Abuja will be financially strangulated and pauperized
Whole new strata of the helpless and dependent are created, or familiar old ones enlarged enormously: the proportion of "mentally ill" or "deficient," the "criminals," the pauperized
layers at the bottom of society, all representing varieties of crumbling under the pressures of capitalist urbanism and the conditions of capitalist employment or unemployment.
If you think that what has happened to Cyprus and Poland can't happen here, you may end up, tragically, like John Demetriou, destitute and pauperized
Worse still is the social instability fuelled by a vibrant population of disenchanted, marginalized, and pauperized
people who can only become a ready pool of recruitment for ethnic zealots who cashed in adroitly on the dissatisfaction and insecurity of the people.
He worried that he might turn abusive or that I would be pauperized
by his final care.
In five years of dictatorship and frenetic looting, Abacha paralyzed the machinery of governance and pauperized