Well, I have ;-) You might want to look up the Austrian model of economics (Deflationary)vs Keynesian (Inflationary). The world flourished under the Austrian model (until the Great Depression, that is). Then Keyne’s system of inflate away our problems came into being. An artificially inflationary and abundant currency is a relatively new idea, in the scheme of currencies. I think there are problems with both systems. I think it works well for the haves — houses, land, things rise in price. For those without “things” their inflationary dollar buys less.