A Comment on Consumption
Rob Henderson

I’ve been giving a great deal of thought to this lately. We’ve been told all our lives that if we fail to consume, the “economy” would fail. Why does it always have to accelerate?

I’ve read when you don’t have banking involved, many small economies can stay stable for long periods of time with no boom and bust cycles.

I’m still reading further on it, but there has to be a better way than what we’re doing now.

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