Collapse is defined, in a social and political sense, differently than when the word 'collapse' is used in reference to money or the dollar and has no similarities to the word 'collapse' as it pertains to societies or politics. Your perception of 'collapse' is riots in the street and social unrest, right?
Do you think people are going to wake up one morning and their money is going to be worthless? Do you think we're going to experience 1000% inflation? If so, you are going to be severely disappointed waiting for your collapse to happen.
If there is a dollar collapse it won't play out according to your definition. It will be a very slow process and won't affect the average American any more than the current financial calamity has. People will still own homes, go to work, watch TV and take vacations. A monetary collapse has to be researched to be understood and you haven't done the research to understand what a monetary collapse means. It doesn't mean what you think it does nor will it play out the way you expect it will.