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Resolved that central banks represent a coercive and illiberal institution.

Central banks don't coerce anyone to accept their fiat currency. But the government does, to a limited extent, enforce fiat currency and courts have invalidated gold-based contracts in the past. But mostly it is adopted by convention.

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