The Philosophy of Andy Warhol - Chapter 9, Economics Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9, Economics Summary and Analysis

Andy prefers carrying cash as opposed to traveler's checks or personal checks and his preferred method of transporting his money is in crumpled wads in brown paper bags. The fact that Andy will not relinquish his big bag when shopping at the grocery makes it appear that Andy might be stealing, but his argument is that the bag functions as a purse and women are not asked to check their purses upon entering a store. Andy delights in walking around the store looking rich and buying things to store on his bedroom windowsill.

Andy loves folding money and notes that wealthy people keep their money in long white envelopes, not in the expensive wallets they purchase. Andy feels that change can be a burden, especially pennies, which he wishes would never be made again. Andy cannot be bothered by...

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