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The Price of Liberty

Over at Agora Financial, a libertarian investment and publishing firm based in Baltimore, their editors and writers have been sounding alarms about the signs of the FedGov (and the EU and others) pushing a “cashless society.”

One in which plastic cards, chips (RFID etc.) and other technology, has replaced the funny money we all have grown accustomed to: little green pieces of paper with pretty (or ugly!) pictures and numbers; tokens of base metal with a tiny amount of copper, pretending to look like silver (or even gold – remember the Susie B Anthony dollar coin back in the 1980s?).

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