In 1916, no matter how rich you were, you wouldn't be able to enjoy air conditioning, TV, smart phones, the Internet, timely transportation, contact lenses, international food, antibiotics, effective dental care, a high likelihood of surviving infancy...
In 1916, no matter how rich you were, you wouldn't be able to enjoy air conditioning, TV, smart phones, the Internet, timely transportation, contact lenses, international food, antibiotics, effective dental care, a high likelihood of surviving infancy...
In 1916, no matter how rich you were, you wouldn't be able to enjoy air conditioning, TV, smart phones, the Internet, timely transportation, contact lenses, international food, antibiotics, effective dental care, a high likelihood of surviving infancy...
A century ago, no matter how rich you were, you wouldn't be able to enjoy air conditioning, TV, smart phones, Internet, timely transportation, contact lenses, international food, antibiotics, effective dental care, or a high likelihood of surviving infancy
Economist Don Boudreaux says, "I wouldn't be remotely tempted to quit the 2016 me so that I could be a one-billion-dollar-richer me in 1916. This fact means that, by 1916 standards, I am today more than a billionaire."
In 1916, no matter how rich you were, you wouldn't be able to enjoy air conditioning, TV, smart phones, the Internet, timely transportation, contact lenses, international food, antibiotics, effective dental care, a high likelihood of surviving infancy...
In 1916, no matter how rich you were, you wouldn't be able to enjoy air conditioning, TV, smart phones, the Internet, timely transportation, contact lenses, international food, antibiotics, effective dental care, a high likelihood of surviving infancy...
An ordinary person in 2016 is in many ways richer than John D. Rockefeller was in 1916.
“Technology and globalization have transformed what it means to be a poor person, at least in developed countries.”—
An ordinary person in 2016 is in many ways richer than John D. Rockefeller was in 1916.
How much money would it take for you to agree to live out your life a century ago?
An ordinary person in 2016 is in many ways richer than John D. Rockefeller was in 1916.