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Does there exist a distinct separation between social and monetary values?

Asked by: TheStatelyGoose
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  • Social and economic values are a reflection of the opposite value- they are counter-opposed to the opposite value

    Social and economic values are a reflection of the opposite value. Because they balance each-other out, they are incomparable to the opposite value.

    When the Federal Reserve was established in 1913, there existed what were called "Millionaire's Row". For instance, there were housing tracts in San Francisco, California, which were composed of rows of mansions with rows of run-down uninhabitable housing for the poor. Literally, side by side.

    At the same time, the wedding vows were all the same. Which were, ".....For better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do you you part?"

    What say you concerning these things?


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