MONEY: Another Day, Another Dollar

George Washington still gazed forth as stolidly as ever, but the 40 millions of crisp $1 bills that went into circulation in the U.S. last week were not the old familiar aces. Along with a new Treasury Secretary's signature— the new singles displayed the first design change in U.S. paper money since the Bureau of Engraving and Printing added the Great Seal in 1935. On the green side of the new dollar appears, for the first time on U.S. folding money, the motto "In God We Trust," which made its debut on the 2¢ piece of 1864 and is imprinted...

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