It is a visceral and nonnegotiable certainty, one of the few that I have: the survival of people can not depend on their access to a job. It is not just a premise, it is a verification: working does not reach so many people to earn the right to a decent life. Perpetual fellows. Women who put reproductive work on their backs. Commercial on commission. Day laborers Floor maids. Working is not enough to survive. And so many live the great life, letting their capital work for them …

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