Living Wealth Money System

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NEW! NET Discussions

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NEWGroup

The NEWGroup is proud to present our latest project: The New Economy Transition (NET) Discussions.

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July, 2014

How to Liberate America from Wall Street Rule

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New Economy Working Group

NEWGroup Launches Report on U.S. Money System Restructure

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July, 2011

Resources for How to Liberate America from Wall Street Rule

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New Economy Working Group

Implementation of the six-part agenda outlined in this report will depend on effective broad-based citizen action from outside the establishment to build public consciousness of the institutional and cultural sources of their economic distress and engage public participation in:

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July, 2011

The Future of Money: Creating New Wealth, Work and a Wiser World

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Bernard A. Lietaer

Good historical critique of the official money system followed by recommendation to break the banking system’s monopoly control of money creation by encouraging free issuance of independent complementary currencies.

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January, 2002

Future Wealth: A New Economics for the 21st Century

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James Robertson

Presents a classic new economy framing on the money system. His current papers and proposals are available for free download on the author's website.

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1989

For the Common Good

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Herman Daly and John Cobb, Jr.

For the Common Good outlines a new economics based upon community as an alternative to capitalism and socialism.

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1989

The Money Masters

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Patrick Carmack (Producer)

The Money Masters explains the history behind the current world depression and the bankers’ goal of world economic control by a very small coterie of private bankers, above all governments.

The Money Masters documentary video provides a compelling historical treatment with archival footage of the history of money and banking with a focus on the often deadly struggles over the control of money issuance. They provide a wealth of useful resource materials on their website www.themoneymasters.com, including a model Monetary Reform Act endorsed by Milton Friedman.

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The Looting of America: How Wall Street's Game of Fantasy Finance Destroyed Our Jobs, Pensions, and Prosperity

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Les Leopold

How could the best and brightest (and most highly paid) in finance crash the global economy and then get us to bail them out as well? What caused this mess in the first place? Housing? Greed? Dumb politicians? What can Main Street do about it?

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June, 2009

Money As Debt

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Paul Grignon

Provides an accessible animated presentation on bank credit money creation and its dysfunctions.

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A Policy Prescription for Structural Reform

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A New Way Forward

The policy prescription: BREAK UP THE TOO BIG TO FAIL BANKS. The too big, too complicated banks must be broken up with strong, new regulatory and antitrust rules in place. No financial institution should be allowed to grow so complicated that they can continue to dominate our politics and and get away with risky and predatory practices. Any bank that's "too big to fail" is too big for a free market to function.

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