They say, “It’s easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of capitalism,” but the comparison is hardly fair. For one thing, it’s exceedingly easy to imagine the end of the world. We’ve all seen the place explode a thousand times to stoke or conclude assorted dramas on various screens. That’s not counting the implicit demise precipitating all those nascent (and doomed) colonies on Mars, or the same backstory haunting the ominously adrift outer-space barge that typically serves as the last, unreliable refuge for the few surviving citizens of humanity.
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