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Are we better off today?

Are we better off?


Are we better off today than in the 1960s? That is what I going to try to answer on today’s blog.


Per Fortune Magazine, “the economy grew at a whopping 6.6%, fueled by the Kennedy tax cuts and a resurgent Europe demanding products made in America. That was long before the rise of Japan sent trade deficits soaring and well before automation and one billion Chinese workers took the shine off the American manufacturing sector.” Continue reading Are we better off today?