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Accepting that we are an "index" is so baked into our thinking the point is easily misunderstood...but the day we humans became an "index" in our economic system, is the day we ceased to be humans in that system-no different than stock in our warehouses, or prices or GDP--and yet, our economic system exists solely for us humans-it exists for no other reason. And, not inconsequential to this point is that unemployment is a "social" problem-with adverse social consequences---86% of Americans believe that "anybody wanting to work, should be able to find a job".... We are a democracy, and we, as the larger society, have a solemn responsibility and the "legal authorization" on the books, to provide employment to any American wanting to work.