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Episode 540: Great Expectations

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Episode 540: Great Expectations

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Episode 540: Great Expectations

Episode 540: Great Expectations

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Courtesy of Isabel Angell ,Sawyer Miller Advertising
Alex Livingston and Eddie Santillan, the American dollar, a 2008 Massachusetts ad.
Courtesy of Isabel Angell ,Sawyer Miller Advertising

Today on the show we have three radio stories for you about the strange ways people think about the future.

In the first Ashley Milne-Tyte talks to two graduates Seeking A Fortune Through Search Funds. Then David Kestenbaum tells us How One State Convinced Its 'Young Invincibles' To Get Health Insurance. And in the last story Jacob Goldstein explains Why Inflation Is So Low.

Music: TNA Wrestling's "Jay Lethal (Pomp & Circumstance/black Machismo Remix)," The Mae Shi's "Run To Your Grave," No Age's "Eraser," and La Roux's "Growing Pains." Find us: Twitter/ Facebook/ Spotify. Download the Planet Money iPhone App.