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a law of economics; says bad money drives good money out of circulation; people hoard good money and trade with legally overvalued money
Law of Economics
a fact of life which deals with production and distribution of wealth; you cannot change it, and it applies all over the world
a government program for giving tax money away, usually to rich people or large companies; welfare
"There's Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch"; a popular expression during the Great Depression meaning that almost nothing is free; a law of economics
the way governments get money; to tax means to take money away from someone, by force if necessary, even if he thinks what he is getting in return has little or no value
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