not since the Black Death can there have been such a fall in workers
Even if true (taking the Black Death as every plague from ca. 1345 to 1500), what matters is productivity, what each worker can provide to support each retiree/beneficiary. So the comparison is not as stark as all that. Which surely in Econ 101?
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