When discussing media, the philosopher Marshall McLuhan once said, “We shape our tools and thereafter our tools shape us.” Much the same principle applies to economic indicators; once they have been developed they begin to shape our experience and perceptions in ways we rarely realize. Most of us accept numbers as devoid of ideology, as accurate and unbiased descriptions of the world we inhabit — this is their allure.
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