This is an incredibly inspiring speech by Robert F. Kennedy on the use of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to measure economic well-being in the United States of America. Obviously, GDP isn't something we should abandon because it provides a very useful metric to see how we're doing relative to the past and to see how we're doing relative to other nations, but it doesn't come close to painting a complete picture for various reasons, one of them being described in a beautifully poetic way by Robert F. Kennedy in this video.
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