Slate's Moneybox: U.S. Dollar Losing its Luster Slate contributor Dan Gross examines why the American dollar, which continues to drop in value against the Euro, is losing popularity among some of its most loyal supporters: smugglers, drug dealers and other international criminals.
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Slate's Moneybox: U.S. Dollar Losing its Luster

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Slate's Moneybox: U.S. Dollar Losing its Luster

Slate's Moneybox: U.S. Dollar Losing its Luster

Slate's Moneybox: U.S. Dollar Losing its Luster

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Slate contributor Dan Gross examines why the American dollar, which continues to drop in value against the Euro, is losing popularity among some of its most loyal supporters: smugglers, drug dealers and other international criminals.