No "wooden nickels"

"Don't take any wooden nickels!" That was a lighthearted word of caution around the turn of the century given by small-town friends to those heading for the big city. Wooden tokens were sometimes made to resemble real coins.

Because of the photocopying technology we have today, the detection of counterfeit money is a greater challenge. Naturally, the more alert we are, the less likely we will be fooled by imitations—both when it comes to currency and to the far more important matter of discerning man's real selfhood, or identity.

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