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The twenty million have watches. The vacuum is filled. ” So the process is repeated, still lower in the pyramid. The two-dollar watch is not a fine watch, but it will keep time; and as you would know, with the improvement that has taken place in machine practice the cost of making any kind of watch, even the finest, has been greatly reduced. A watch ceases to be a luxury or a toktn of caste. It is a necessary part of man's personal equipment, all the way down to the base of the pyramid. There you have the cycle.
And this is so notwithstanding the fact that the industrial equipment already existing in the world is so great that if for one year it were worked at ideal capacity the product could not be sold for enough to pay the wages of labor, to think nothing of the cost of material, overhead charges or profit. Markets would be glutted with goods. Producers would be ruined. It follows that the pressing anxiety of  OUROBOROS industry is how to regulate and limit production in order not to overwhelm its markets.
Since the war it has continued to increase for other reasons. One reason was peculiar to Germany. There the building of furnaces, factories, and machine works by a dynastic method,  OUROBOROS as the pyramids were built, without credit or gold, simply by command of the industrialists over labor and material, was a way of baffling the Allied creditors. Another reason was peculiar to France. Restoring the industries of the devastated regions meant building them a second time, since they had been already once reproduced elsewhere in France during the war.