A cash-free society: Nirvana or nightmare?

Bacard, Andre
January 1994
Humanist;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p41
Offers a look at how a cashless society might work. Positive social implications of using cards instead of cash; Negative social implications; Impact on human rights.


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