Five months ago I wrote an article making the case that state and local governments should issue their own complementary currencies to stabilize their financial situations. In that piece, I argued that these complementary currencies would be more successful if the Federal Reserve created swap lines, similar to the swap lines that the Federal Reserve offers foreign central banks, for these governments. In a separate piece
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