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Hidden Perspectives on Health Insurance – AJ Hutson in American Thinker

For the insurance industry, a truly wonderful thing happened in the late 1970s. It was called ‘stagflation’. 

The “stagflation” of the late 1970s/early 1980s was a period of a stagnant recessionary economy plagued with high unemployment and alarmingly high interest rates. It was an unplanned hardship for the country and its working people. But it was a boon for most insurance companies. Read More…

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