When Banks Were Able to Print Their Own Money, LiterallyJessica Lautin and B.J. Lillis
Oct. 19 (Bloomberg) -- In 2012, it isn’t unusual to go days without using actual money: Lunch goes on the debit card, a clothing purchase goes on the credit card and in some cities even parking meters take plastic. As the Internet and instruments of credit continue to transform our relationship with money, it is worth reflecting on the forms that money has taken in the past.
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