One way to panelize (not do give liberty or freedom) the individual who don’t spend saved money or dumped one during the depression.
The Economist reports that “IN 1933, in the depths of the Depression, Irving Fisher,
Based on the theories of Silvio Gesell, a German “quasi-economist”, one such currency, the wära, was used to revitalise Schwanenkirchen, a Bavarian coalmining village, in 1931. “No one who received wära wished to hold [them], the workers, store-keepers, wholesalers and manufacturers all strove to get rid of them as quickly as possible, for any person who held [them] was obliged to pay the tax. So wära kept on circulating, a large part of [them] returning to the coal mine, where [they] provided work, profits and better conditions for the entire community,” Fisher wrote approvingly.”
This may be dangerous scrip.