lördag 28 mars 2009

Richard C. Cook: Credit As Public Utility (part 1)

Här har ni Richard C. Cooks nya videoserie i sex delar. Den handlar om hur samhället kan sköta penningpolitiken, banking och långivningen som en offentlig allmännyttig tjänst utan ränta och skuldsättning. Cook bygger sina idéer på C.H. Douglas, Benjamin Franklin och Abraham Lincoln.

Part One of Six Parts: Credit As A Public Utility: The Solution to the Economic Crisis

“Our Early Political Leaders Warned Us Against the Banking Interests”

Summary: Early U.S. statesmen, such as Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Andrew Jackson worked to free the nation from control by the bankers who had been behind the establishment of the First and Second Banks of the United States. During the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln implemented a true democratic currency by spending Greenbacks directly into circulation without borrowing from the banks. These measures allowed the U.S. to develop for much of the 19th century largely free from bankers’ control. By the end of the century, this had changed, and the bankers were taking over.


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