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Fundamental Changes In Value

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I've just been reading a lot of stuff in the main forums discussing whether a "new paradigm" in house prices exists, and whether values have fundamentally changed for house prices. Right now, I'd like to set aside all the arguments about how bubbles always involve these things.

Are there examples in the past of quick and fundamental - or at least very stable - re-evaluations of value in the market place?

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France after John Law ran a central bank, invented fiat money, which collapsed and saw high land prices for about 70 years thereafter, because of this the French Revolution occured.

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