Rather, he is repudiating the rich man's feasting in the shadow of his barns of greed (12:19), the kind of affluenza
that "all the nations of the world hustle after" (12:30).
David Wann, president of the Sustainable Futures Society and one of De Graaf's two co-authors on Affluenza
, describes the overstimulated economy of the post-Reagan era as a "completely toxic loaf," yet he also supports the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act's $550 billion economic stimulus component--both because more than $100 billion of that spending is targeted at environmental-ish initiatives and because "we don't want the whole ship to sink.
First coined by author John de Graaf to describe the American problem of over-consumption, the Australian affluenza
epidemic has now been exposed by Clive Hamilton and Richard Dennis of the Australia Institute in their new book Affluenza
--When too much is never enough.
Dr Clive Hamilton is co-author, with Richard Denniss, of Affluenza
(Allen & Unwin 2005).
In the United States, affluenza
is reflected in its many symptoms:
on Sunday, founded the Affluenza
Project in Wisconsin, USA, and counsels rich families for pounds 10,000 to pounds 15,000 per day to help them come to terms with their wealth.
These bright young things even suffer from a fashionable disease: affluenza
THE sad super-rich are forking out up to pounds 400 an hour to cure a new illness - dubbed AFFLUENZA
A television program called Affluenza
appeared on Public Broadcasting System (PBS) stations on September 15, 1997, and the show produced unexpected vigorous responses by viewers.
As we confront what may be the next depression, I hope we have a better plan than deluding people already afflicted with affluenza
into new buying binges.
If so, you may be suffering from affluenza
, a `disease' caused by having too much money that reduces the new, idle rich to jittery, ineffectual victims.
me/1MGQUCR ) is an original short-form web series written and directed by Antonio Macia (Holy Rollers, Affluenza
, Anne B.