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Jewish Rhetorics and the Contemplation of a Diminished Future

, Walter, “A Tour of German Inflation,” in Reflections and Aphorisms , Commentary, 65:6 (1978:June)p.61. The desired stability is not resistance to change, but promotion of specific forms of change associated with expansion of economic activity, especially when profits flow to those with the privilege to impose their desires. Of course, there is nothing contradictory in describing consistent change as a form of stability, including stable growth, stable decline, or stable levels of violent street crime. But the sense of stability most interesting to political and

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