I think that's going to be my new agenda. It may be slow, but it will be victorious because there is no question that money is worthless. Getting rid of the idea that money has autonomous value, like a human being or even an ounce of gold, is going to be similar to convincing Catholics that Jesus' sacrifice does not need to be celebrated in Latin to be meaningful. Faith is not dependent on language, although language is necessary to express and share it. Ditto for value and the dollar.
Sharing. That's the core concept conservatives don't seem to understand.
Funny. They understand taking turns -- one after the other, but not at the same time. Taking turns is the behavior of isolates, rather than connecteds. Antagonists v. Mutualists.
When we use currency as payment (rather than decoration), two or more people are using it at the same time. The debtor and creditor are engaged in a concurrent relationship. It is not something antagonists can appreciate because they are fixated on the self-centered act of acquisition via deprivation. Mutualism depends on an egalitarian or respectful attitude. The antagonist's is extractive -- tearing, not sharing.
It is very difficult not to think in terms of pairs. Perhaps significance lies in whether the force between them is positive or negative. The antagonistic cons are a negative breed.