A file provided for the teeth of the rats of reform. The number of plans for its abolition equals that of the reformers who suffer from it, plus that of the philosophers who know nothing about it. Its victims are distinguished by possession of all the virtues and by their faith in leaders seeking to conduct them into a prosperity where they believe these to be unknown.
A certain level of material deprivation below which an individual suffers physically, emotionally and socially. There are a number of methods of determining this level of deprivation.
A trap in which politicians invariably become entangled. The number of plans for its abolition equals that of the number of reformers who suffer from it plus the number of intellectuals who know nothing about it. (Victims are distinguished by their possession of all virtues and by a faith in leaders promising them prosperity.)