time famine
 n.— «“Time famine,” as some sociologists call it, is an extraordinary paradox. Despite shorter workdays, the proliferation of labor-saving devices and unmatched financial resources, true leisure remains elusive» —“Working at Relaxation: In Spite of Unprecedented Affluence, Americans Labor to Find the Time for Leisure Pursuits” by Jolie Solomon Wall Street Journal (New York City) Apr. 21, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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