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According to John de Graaf in his book, "Affluenza: The All-Consuming Epidemic," the average American household carried a credit-card debt of $7,654 in the year 2000. Our supermarkets provide us an average choice of 30,000 items, about two and a half times the number of choices available in 1980. We now boast four times as many self-storage units as we stuffed in the 1960’s. De Graf claims America’s 102 million households are bursting with more material goods "…than all the households put together from all history." If we ate as we bought, our stomachs would have ruptured decades ago.

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