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The rising costs of pharmaceutical drugs, equal pay for women and the perils of processed food—these are just some of the topics covered in the inaugural issue of Money back in 1972. Forty-two years later, our worries haven’t changed much, and Money’s still offering down-to-earth, personal financial advice for every generation.
Best known for its Best Places to Live series, the magazine uses personal finance to tell the story of a changing America while challenging certain assumptions. How did the suburbs come to be the best place to be rich and single? Why are chocolate makers and photographers flocking to McKinney, Texas? For a smart, pragmatic guide to the Next Big Thing, Money’s your best bet.
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