MOVING MONETARY REFORM TO THE “FRONT BURNER”

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Entering the 3rd Millennium we face both great danger and opportunity. Unheard of wealth concentrates into very few, largely undeserving hands. Even in America, the richest country on Earth, people work harder and produce more than ever, yet increasingly fall into debt and bankruptcy, while predators plunder society by merely shuffling papers. Major corporations concentrate on profiting by misusing the money system, rather than with production. Such corruption is not sustainable or justifiable. The American Monetary Institute holds that the structure of the money system itself is at the root of the corruption and we promote reform to bring our monetary system into harmony with the nature of money.

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Monetary history theory and reform, Critique of economic method and Austrian economics, Monetary case studies, Monetary justice, Economic justice, methodology, mproving economic and monetary thinking methodology

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Zarlenga S., (2005) “MOVING MONETARY REFORM TO THE “FRONT BURNER””, American Review of Political Economy 3(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.38024/arpe.85

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Stephen Zarlenga (American Monetary Institute)

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