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Getting rid of cash could have some pretty weird effects on our bodies

Harvard economist Ken Rogoff has a long list of reasons he's anti-cash. He says many countries should get rid of most paper money in favor of electronic payments. But one possible benefit he does not spend a lot of time discussing is our health. As Rogoff argues in his new book, "The Curse of Cash," large notes like fifties and hundreds are used primarily for tax evasion and crime.
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