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Should Bankers Be Trusted to Create Money?

Paleo Retiree writes: UK-specific but a nice intro to the Monetary Reform point of view on our current financial travails. Related I wrote some postings — here, here and here — about my own attempts to make sense of the … Continue reading

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Monetary Reform, Again

Paleo Retiree writes: The monetary-reform case in a 3 minute nutshell: Bonus links Here’s the website of Positive Money, a good UK-based monetary reform outfit. Here’s someone’s attack on the Positive Money case. Here are links to a three-part series … Continue reading

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The Collapse, Part Three

Paleo Retiree writes: This is Part Three of a three-part series. Part One of this series is here. Part Two is here. As helpful as those resources are, though, I confess that temperamentally I’m not of the “We can make … Continue reading

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