Revised Sequence

Some articles on revised sequence, sequence:

John Kenneth Galbraith - Works - Economics Books
... A central concept of the book is the revised sequence ... In this original sequence, the control of the production process flows from consumers of commodities to the organizations that produce those commodities ... In the revised sequence, this flow is reversed and businesses exercise control over consumers by advertising and related salesmanship activities ...

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