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The norms, values, customs, traditions, mores and law of the society get changes as the changes are occurring inside the society. The adoption of such a paradigm could result in broadening the middle class, rising standards of living, and a healthier entrepreneurial system by strengthening its com- petitiveness. The contemporary politics and economic structures of the time greatly influenced their thought and writing, as they existed within the rise of national socialism--including the rise of the Nazi regime, state capitalism, and the rise and spread of mass produced culture.

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