from Gold Silver Worlds:
Official national debt has increased from roughly one-third of a $ Trillion in 1964 to nearly $18 Trillion today. The price of a barrel of crude oil has increased from about $1.50 to about $90 over the past 50 years. A pack of cigarettes has increased from a quarter to nearly $6. There are 1,001 more examples of increasing prices, often not matched by increases in personal incomes.
Consumer prices have broadly increased with some price rises far exceeding others – college tuition and healthcare come to mind. Also bonuses on Wall Street have been outstanding.
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