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The War on Cash: A Review of Kenneth Rogoff's "The Curse of Cash"

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  • Jeffrey Rogers Hummel
Volume Number 14
Issue Number 2
Pages 138–163
File URL The War on Cash: A Review of Kenneth Rogoff's "The Curse of Cash"
Publication year 2017

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  1. As one of seven billion spenders, I use cash almost exclusively for daily shopping. I notice how much faster it is for checkout persons in stores to process my cash purchases versus purchases by those inputting various cards, sometimes unsuccessfully. Cash is recognized broadly; coins fit into parking meters, candy machines, and much else. The utility is here, now, and needs no year-long trial and error implementation. I like cash, I want to keep it, and where do I sign up for any coming save-our-cash war?

    posted 01 Jun 2017 by Marvin McConoughey

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