The Death of the Dollar
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This is a fiction story about a possible future of the United States. Overspending and over-borrowing put the U.S. in great debt to China. In 2030, China called the loan, to be paid back in gold. China knew there wasn't enough gold in the world to cover the $40 trillion debt that had piled up over the years. China gave the U.S. "an offer it couldn't refuse." The U.S. military was weakened because welfare programs and government salaries had taken most of the money. On the other hand, China was the strongest nation in the world, both militarily and economically. The U.S. had to give itself to China and change its name to "New China." However, most of the U.S. Constitution was allowed to remain, intact, including the first and second Amendments. Americans were more prosperous and happier after China took over.

Published: David Barth on
ISBN: 9781301370269
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