Every language on the planet today, but especially those spoken in the modern world, has a term to describe one of the most frightful conditions known to modern man. In the United States, we simply apply a negative prefix to describe it: “un-employment.” In Great Britain, out-of-work people are compared to superfluous things, like a collection of old shoes. They are, in “Oxford English,” called “redundant.”
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