Editorial: The recession is disproportionately hurting students
By Editorial Board
As explained by the Center for Law and Social Policy, firms create new products with lower inflation rates that cater to socioeconomically-advantaged consumers. Higher inflation rates hit lower-income households harder, as rates on generic and low-cost goods disproportionately rise.
Simply put, higher inflation rates are put on essential everyday products.
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