This term is another word for the simple life.
This area is often cited in Less Is More as the source of the corrupted standard of living that has been established as the ideal.
The antithesis of America, this country is cited in Less Is More as an impoverished nation and a victim of the avarice of the rich and powerful.
This term refers to the man who is rich in virtues and is devoted to helping his fellow man.
The term is synonymous with greed or love of money. The section entitled with this term is a satirical reference to the location of the world's largest advertising center--Madison Avenue in New York City.
This has taken the responsibility of man providing for himself and his family. With idle time on his hands, man has begun to work...
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