We all know that prices rise over time. Even though that’s true, prices don’t rise evenly. Over the last 50 or so years we’ve seen that the price of many goods has fallen while other important sectors in the economy such as healthcare and college tuition have gotten significant more expensive? Why does that happen? Why do those things get more expensive while other things get cheaper? And how does that relate to our system of money?
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