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Monetary Sovereignty? Give Me A Break! (Part II)

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[8] At page 16, after stating that "[i]n 2013, the Dollar Coin Alliance reported that the benefits to the vending industry, small retailers, and transit agencies of using $1 coins might exceed $109 million annually," the Fed paper notes that this amount is much lower than prior estimates.

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Clifford Johnson is a semi-academic naturalized Brit. He first entered the U.S. as a rah-rah Harkness Fellow. For theater, language, and also as a questionable ex-Brit, Johnson adopts a Tom Paine II persona. His activist credentials comprise serial (more...)
 

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