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May 7, 2013 12:00 AM

The Economy by Peter R. Crabb: The Fed’s low rates are tax on the elderly to help the young

It’s one of the most fundamental truths of economics and life in general: We all face tradeoffs. When we try something different — a new product or a new job, for example — we have to give up on alternative uses of our money and time.

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