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That's not what I meant. I'm not talking about a non-market economy. I'm talking about a hypothetical state of a market economy where most or all people would be roughly in the middle/upper-middle class, and asking whether there would be people who would object to that.






I’m not sure what you mean by saying that all people would be in the middle/upper-middle class. The “poor” and the “upper classes” are relative terms. The poor in Western Europe now have higher living standards than the medieval nobility.
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