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    Yet another removal from Chapter Six as redundant: 

To build very small condos, eradicate hunger, and distribute basic life necessities to each newborn citizen and even resident, would not be very difficult, from a production, distribution, and resources perspective. We already have more than enough of each to provide several shelters, and abundant food to each person in the US. That is not the difficulty. The reason that we will need from fifteen to twenty years to arrange all of this new housing, food, and water distribution, in the nation with the largest GDP on earth, is the logistical and cultural work needed to make this possible.  Given the amount of food thrown out simply after purchase, let alone before arriving at market, simple rice, beans and greens for each local resident should take far less time to organize. Finding or building a room for each newborn citizen…

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