Steven Pollack wrote:
> So if I am right, and we are in a deflation, then RP may be one of the
> first industries hit insofar as it involves R&D.
I agree with all of your premises and statements insofar as the monetary
system's being the problem. Isn't it also possible that R & D would be
the LAST thing to suffer? Manufacturers, even though strapped for cash
in a deflationary period, still have to compete for market share in
order to survive, and I think that entails R & D.
I may just have my head in the sand. Could some manufacturers on this
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