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That $100 bill in your wallet is so crisp, so new – and now so endangered.

In the wake of the financial crisis, economists have been pondering reforms that might provide a bigger buffer against downturns. Recently, the discussion in some quarters has turned to a radical but intriguing notion: Doing away with paper money.

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