The Progress Paradox Summary

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MEX Progress Paradox: How Life gets better while people feel worse was a book written by Greg Easterbrook. The book was featured in the Time Magazine for his excellence in writing it. In his book, Easterbrook explains how we have more advanced technology, more freedom, and the highest standard of living in America, but we are still not satisfied and feel worse as the years pass by. One constant theme in The Progress Paradox is no matter what we have, we always want more. When buy things, it may satisfy you for a while, but eventually you will want more. In The Progress Paradox there are seven theories to why to why Americans feel worse today. Theory one is the revolution of satisfied expectations. In this theory people judge their
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