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Future Money: Breakdown or breakthrough? (Paperback)
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Future Money: Breakdown or breakthrough? (Paperback)

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Paperback 192 Pages / Published: 19/04/2012
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Future Money explains in plain language and convincing detail how our money system is propelling us toward the self-destruction of our species - and what we should do about it. Our present money system frustrates the well-meaning efforts of active citizens, NGOs and governments to deal with our present ills and problems - including worldwide poverty, environmental destruction, social injustice, economic inefficiency and political unrest and violence within and between nations. Failure to reform the world's money system urgently and radically - that is, from its roots up - could bring disaster for human civilisation before the end of this century. Future Money shows clearly how our money system operates and how it could be reformed so that it acts for the benefit of people and society rather than the opposite, and describes the obstacles that currently prevent that reform.

The world's financial experts and leaders in politics, government and business, and most mainstream academic and media commentators, have demonstrated that they are not yet able or willing to diagnose and treat the profound and pervasive problems that are directly caused by the money system. Future Money speaks explicitly to active, independent-minded citizens, including young people, with the hope that it will help them to understand why people committed to careers in almost every important walk of life today find it difficult to recognise the problem and grasp the nettle. It shows why we have to take the initiative now, and urgently, to get the issue on to mainstream agendas worldwide.

Publisher: Green Books
ISBN: 9781900322980
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 363 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 18 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
Here are links to many positive reviews of Future Money: James Bruges - letter to The Guardian.Jeremy Williams - Make Wealth History.Martin Stott - Town and Country Planning.Tony Vickers - Introduction and Review on LandValueScape.Simon Thorpe - Simon Thorpe's ideas.Graham Barnes - FEASTA website.Richard Lemmer - Greenhouse website.Comments in School of Economic Science forum.Mark Braund - Renegade Economist website.A conversation with Almantas Samalavicius - Eurozine website. See also Lithuanian article below. Brian Leslie - Sustainable Economics newsletter.Conall Boyle - Citizen's Income Newsletter (click on Review essay link on left-hand navigation bar).Elizabeth Haigh - Rathbone Greenbank.Fred Harrison (p.4) - International Union for Land Value Taxation newsletter - Summer 2012. See also pdf of review.Comment by Wendell Fitzgerald (p.10) - International Union for Land Value Taxation newsletter - 4th quarter 2012.Desmond Berghofer - two posts on his Grandparents for the Future blog: Economics: Reform of the Money System and Economics: Fixing a Broken System.Pat Conaty - Resurgence.David Broman - Le Club (pdf). Also article in Le Jeudi.Almantas Samalavicius - article in Lithuanian - delfi.lt.John Maclean - Industrial Worker newspaper (USA), April 2013

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