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Today's Federal Reserve bank notes promise to pay the bearer
A) nothing.
B) a fixed quantity of gold.
C) a variable quantity of gold.
D) a specific interest rate.
E) a variable interest rate.
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I've noticed they use a lot of trickery with their questions. Thank you for your input.
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