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Answered 2007-02-16 13:57:24

One has to remember that the U.S. Mint is a "business". They are in the market to generate revenue for the U.S. Government. I believe that the interest in the State Quarters program was a surprise to the Mint. Therefore, they are hoping for the same or better results for the Dollar program. MGirard

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