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    1. mike Says:

      Eric,

      A few unorganized thoughts in regard to what Boudreaux presented:

      1. I contend the appliances made now are not as durable as those made in the 1950′s

      2. Inflation from 1950 to present in the Manufacturing sector is much less than that for Automobiles or Houses, or Health Care, or Oil, or College, etc. I think this is due to overseas production keeping manufactured goods production costs down.

      3. I contend that Dual-income families are much more the norm now, than in the 1950′s. Now, most middle class families couldn’t afford to live on one income (with fewer children now, on average, probably half as many).

      4. Was the 30-year mortgage the norm in 1950?

      5. There is no question we now own much more manufactured goods, gadgets, appliances, and other “stuff” filling our lives and draining our wallets, no matter how cheaply made or sold, than in the 1950′s. Not to mention 2 cars plus per household and multiple stall garages.

      It’s a mixed bag. He is right, to a degree. We can buy the manufactured goods more cheaply and easily, but the goods become our slave-masters in the end. Maybe a better question is, has this ease of consumption made us morally better or happier as a society, as measured by sociological data?

    2. Eric Says:

      I would think the answer to that last question is “no.” Otherwise, the show wouldn’t have been called “Happy Days.” smile

    3. Danny Says:

      Appliances aren’t as well made today because the companies realized that people can’t live without them. If you’re stove messes up, you’re not “going back” to cooking on a fire. In fact, they’re designed to malfunction in time.

      I think another interesting way people might look at this is through the presence of disposable income that families or individuals possess once they’ve paid all of their bills, etc. I’d contend that even after cable bills, internet bills, cell phone bills, and other wallet gobblers, the average middle class family today should have some money to waste on eating out or other activities.

      For the family who denies cable and sticks with a simplistic cell phone plan (better yet, denying their children one until they reach teenager status), grows their own food and doesn’t eat out much, I have a hard time believing that we’re not far wealthier than families were in the 1950s.

      Just because people aren’t responsible with their wealth doesn’t mean that they’re not wealthier than ever before.

     

     

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