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Started: 1/31/2018 Category: Economics
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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Demonetization is necessary for a country to be corruption free and a land where poor people can live happily.


Money is a thing that we as human beings cannot live without. Money enables access to goods and services that sustain and improve human life. Without money, we would go back to bartering values of goods to pay for services and as soon as you start defining items in terms of the value this then becomes a currency/"money".

In an ideal world, we would be able to live without money however as everything in history has either had a monetary value/personal value this can then be interpreted to money.

The human race doesn't truly push for the idea that we're all equal and we should all support each other. Human nature and the way we interpret our survivability means having more items than someone else which is a natural greed.

I can't see a way in which we could live without some form of "money" or currency so my question would be if we can't use money/goods in which way can we define items/pay for services? Considering that no one will truly do anything for free with our current psychology.
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