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Purchasing Power

An increase in the purchasing power of money is disadvantageous to the debtor and advantageous to the creditor; a decrease in its purchasing power has the contrary significance.The Theory of Money and Creditp. 229Purchasing Power
The money prices of today are linked with those of yesterday and before, and with those of tomorrow and after.The Theory of Money and Creditp. 130Purchasing Power
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