When Disasters Hit An Area, The Cost Of Everything Seems To Go Up Immediately: Food, Water, Housing, Gas And So Forth. Explain Why This Phenomenon May Be A Good Thing, Using The Laws Of Supply And Demand To?


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Realistically, nothing good ever comes from this long term. Sure the disaster area may provide some temporary jobs but except for the people directly involved, it actually creates a financial nightmare for everyone else especially in this economy with so many out of work and the rest trying to stay afloat

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