„Money is a commodity … not a useless token only good for exchanging; … It differs from other commodities in being demanded mainly as a medium of exchange.“

—  Ротбард, Мюррей, книга What Has Government Done to Our Money?

What Has Government Done to Our Money? (1980)

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американский политический философ, основатель современного … 1926 - 1995

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