1954 Food Prices?

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It is common knowledge amongst most Americans that food prices as well as the prices for most things in 1954 were much cheaper than in 2013. For example, the price for a gallon of milk in 1952 was .92 cents. However, due to inflation, the price of a gallon of milk in 2013 is easily over $3 a gallon depending on one's location. Many other things were considered much cheaper by modern standards, with bread being only .17 cents, gas costing only .21 cents a gallon, and a postage stamp costing only .03 cents to send a letter.
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