There are probably other posts that have dealt with this same topic, but I couldn't find them via search, and I'm guessing there are people who didn't get to weigh in then who'd like to now, and others who are up for another round... Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Why or why not? One of the most significant roles of the economy and the government is: To make it as likely as possible that: Anyone who is willing to work hard will be rewarded with, for themselves and their family: sufficient, warm shelter; healthy food; affordable quality healthcare; time to spend tending to their household; leisure time to be spent with friends or loved ones, or on individual pursuits; and a healthy environment; The disabled are provided the same; Those who do work hard receive a greater reward than those who are unable to do so, whether due to inability due to disability or to the scarcity of work; and That the elderly (i.e. 65+) are rewarded with all of the outcomes listed in the first full paragraph. --- I just want to make clear that I am not making any claims about how this is to be acheived. Thoughts?