POWER OF MONEY - National Geographic Documentary

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The saying “money make the world go around” has never been truer. We are living in an era where everything costs money. And while “money cannot buy happiness”, you can buy everything else with money.

Our society is filled with human innovation. But there is one invention that stands out above them all. And that invention is money.

We use them as a simple act of trade, but also as part of the global economy. The meaning of money has changed and evolved as our civilization evolves.

And while there are people that believe that throwing away material things like money can free your mind, most of us are still very much dependable on money. Simply put, we cannot survive without money.

But exactly how powerful money are in the modern society we live in? This documentary explores that.

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