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Non-materialistic millennials and the Great Stagnation

(October 6, 2016 06:48 PM, by Scott Sumner) When I was a teenager in the early 1970s, I looked forward to getting a nice stereo system, with a receiver, amp, turntable and big set of speakers. My 17-year old daughter also likes music, but has no interest in... (0 COMMENTS)
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