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The Case for Allowing Cash

(October 3, 2016 06:18 PM, by David Henderson) There is a possible universe in which these arguments against cash would be true. In such a world, politicians and bureaucrats would know and single-mindedly pursue the public interest (that is, what is in the interest of everybody), economists and... (0 COMMENTS)
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