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A Dollarís Worth in 1913 Costs $23.52 Today. Thank the Federal Reserve Banksters! By:

Thanks to Eric G. for this one. According to the Federal Reserveís own Minneapolis Ninth District website, the U.S. Dollar has been devalued by 2,352% since the Federal Reserve came into existence in 1913. If you feel poorer, itís because you are. What a Dollar bought then, takes $23.52 Ė or more than 3 hours of labor at minimum wage Ė to buy today. You can thank the Banksters.

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