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The Credit Card—One of History's Most Influential Objects

Neil MacGregor's book the History of the World in 100 Objects chronicles the things that have had the greatest impact on human history. (The items are listed chronologically, not in order of impact.) Here's how MacGregor describes one of the most recent influential objects, the 99th one ...

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