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The True Story of the Time the Government Printed a $100,000 Bill

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$100,000 bill
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Gee, putting money into the real economy cures depressions. Who'd have thought! FDR did. See the story of the $100,000 bill. A $1 trillion-dollar coin seems like a high denomination to ask the government to print. Some say its weight could sink the Titanic! (This is benightedly ludicrous). But one time, the U.S. government actually got 1/10000000th of the way there -- by printing a $100,000 bill. And it really helped the economy.

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The unremarked potential drawback of the trillion... by John Sanchez Jr. on Saturday, Jan 12, 2013 at 7:49:27 AM
Re-issuing Greenbacks, which is both less gimickey... by Scott Baker on Saturday, Jan 12, 2013 at 12:59:17 PM