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Share The Wealth

Where Does Our Money Go When It “Disappears”?

Spoiler: it never existed in the first place.

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I never cared for economics. Complicated financial systems only get in the way of innovation and genuine social progress. Our neoliberal obsession with money means that returns-on-investment are more important than any qualitative benefits that the investment could have created.

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Adrian Eaton

Adrian Eaton

Top Writer in Gov, Politics, Economics. Love nature, technology, and standup! Bachelor’s in Communication Studies & Mechanical Engineering @ Cal Poly SLO.

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