Valuable Products In The 1920s And 1930's

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In society today, something better is always being produced and everyone thinks they need the new product as soon as it comes out. Subsequently, we all throw valuable products away that can be reused and we do not even think how it is affecting the earth. During the 1920’s and 1930’s, “planned obsolescence” was a philosophy discovered by manufactures to produce products that are made to fail or become less desirable over time; therefore, the consumer will have the desire to buy again. As a society, we are set up to throw everything away and buy new things. For example, in third world countries, people live off of so little and in our country; we take so much for granted. Everyone in our country just wants to have money and have the best things,
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