A lot of people are talking about how we’re currently facing the highest inflation levels in decades. Few are talking about how inflation–a bugbear that stalked the US economy for decades until the 90s–has been kept so low for so long.
As with so much else in the era of globalization, most have mistaken the growth and development and stability of The Order as humanity’s default. Few things could be further from the truth.
Interested in more? This Wednesday we are hosting the final installment of our exploration of economic trends inInterested in more? We are hosting the final installment of our exploration of economic trends in an era of globalization tomorrow, Wednesday 12/1: Part III: The Face of Inflation. We’ll be diving into not simply the inflation of the now, but also bringing together the wildly disparate inflationary trends that will entangle the American and global economies for the next four years. Everything from manufactured products to industrial commodities to energy to money itself.
Digital copies of the series’ previous installments can be purchased here:
Part I: Wither the Workforce
Part II: Supply Chains No More