Demands Quotes

Ultimatum, n. In diplomacy, a last demand before resorting to concessions.

He who makes great demands upon himself is naturally inclined to make great demands upon others.

In two famous books, The Affluent Society (1958) and The New Industrial State (1967), John Kenneth Galbraith argued that in modern economies, producers are mostly satisfying demands that they themselves have created. You don’t need to be persuaded to buy bread when you’re poor and hungry. This cannot be said about that home bread machine […]