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This is the forty-fourth post in a series that I call, “Recovered Writing.” I am going through my personal archive of undergraduate and graduate school writing, recovering those essays I consider interesting but that I am unlikely to revise for traditional publication, and posting those essays as-is on my blog in the hope of engaging others with these ideas that played a formative role in my development as a scholar and teacher.
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Recovered Writing, PhD in English, Queer Studies, Summary of Elizabeth Freeman’s “Packing History, Count(er)ing Generations,” April 15, 2008
They allocate their time, energy, and money efficiently, in ways conducive to building wealth.
Efficiency is one of the most important components of wealth accumulation. Simply: people who become wealthy allocate their time, energy, and money in ways consistent with enchancing their net worth.2,167 more words