The Wrong Things Are Cheap

Can we use economic turmoil to make economic values match our moral ones?

Photo by Artem Beliaikin on Unsplash

Why do things cost what they cost?

In stable, normal times, we get used to certain prices. It seems normal that a gallon of gas should cost $2.50, for example, or that a year of state college with room and board should cost $25,000. That’s just what things cost, and…

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George Dillard

George Dillard

Exploring the past to illuminate politics, the environment, and more. Also: worldhistoryfacts.com. Buy me a beverage: https://ko-fi.com/georgedillard