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How the Dollar Became the World's Top Global Currency

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Mises Daily Ryan McMaken

The dollar became the dominant global currency not so much because of its own merits, but because of the self-destruction of the pound sterling caused by the British state and central bank.

Original Article: "How the Dollar Became the World's Top Global Currency"

 

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