Organizing social benefits comprehensively. The effect is the re-energizing of social benefit systems to effectively serve all men.
An integral part of repatterning distribution of benefits to allow individual participation in local economic planning, and in establishing working standards and in planning the employment of workers' skills.
Tactics include: benefit distribution to shift the understanding of distribution patterns toward the necessity and possibility for equalizing society's benefits for all; comprehensive sustenance to allow every man to acquire those basic abilities and resources for maintaining reasonable living standards; information procedures to provide for methods of distributing to the individual the necessary, commonly consensed information pertaining to the needs and priorities of equitable distribution; benefit distribution to analyse current distribution methods and test new models to determine more adequate standardizing procedures; and benefits arbitration to define ways in which every man participates in judging the actualization of distribution arenas. An example is the commissioning of an evaluation committee to criticize and redesign existing systems to maintain comprehensiveness.
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