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Table of Contents
Call to Arms Discussion to refine the goals, and purposes for this wiki membership.
Banking and Lending
Reserve Requirement Ratios
Supplemental banking system
Banking for a "New Deal"-Ellen Brown
The Heart of Economics
Model Economy-Working Draft
Mondragon Workshop Pictures
This page contains links to other web sites that members recommend to other to read, and possibly bring into this wiki some of the material as it may suit our purposes.
Basel's Bank of International Settlements: Gelles
Philosophical Experiments in Money Free Economies
Creating Money out of thin air
E Brown monetary proposal
Budgets and Spending
Monetary and Fiscal Reform
Ways to Increase the Money Supply
Fractional Reserve Debt Reduction
Digital Capital Welfare State
Obama: Recovery and Reinvestment
Are we being lied to?
FED Comes To The Rescue
beyond greed and scarcity
Network for Economic Democracy. Please examine the Network for Economic Democracy. It covers some of the ground of Model Economy Wiki. It aims for political action in the here and now. Network for Economic Democracy
Comment 3 (I hope the Authors will title it)
Bernard Lietaer Interview
Com'nt 2 BIG
Michigan tax credits
The Economics of Frederick Soddy
Thinking Out Loud
Yes we can--Afford it
Yes, we can, If we have the Money
Some Ideas for the future: Brown:
Debt Free Money: External wiki: Raftshol
Richard C. Cook website
"Let's Cut Out the Banks and Finance American Innovation" -- Sander Hicks
100% Reserve Solution - AMI/Zarlenga
Gold Solution - Ed Griffin
Interview -- Bernard Lietaer
Sergio Lub - Mondragon Cooperatives
Tom Greco - New Money for Healthy Communities
Transfinancial Economics- Robert Searle
Michigan Tax Credits
Natural Money: The most efficient monetary system - Bart klein Ikink
People for Mathematically Perfect Economy - Mike Montagne
Private Enterprise Money - E.C. Riegel
The Community Exchange System
Paradox of thrift. Paradox of price.
The Federal Reserve Comes to the Rescue
The Ecology of Money, by Richard Douthwaite
Margrit Kennedy: Interest and Inflation Free Money
Banking and Lending by Martin Carbone
Populist Democracy - Kuzminski http://www.change.org
Economic Action and Reinvestment: WW II style tools NOW
Organizing for America (the http://whitehouse.gov try to change)
The Heart of Economics - Carl Herman
A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity of a Paper Currency
Bills of Credit v Bills of Debt, Benjamin Franklin, colonial scrip
"The Money Masters"
"Money as Debt"
"Zeitgeist," "Zeitgeist Addendum"
Richard C. Cook videos YouTube Gracchus Jones series
The history, theory and reform of money systems already reachable from links on this and its sister wikispaces covers more than can be understood by a small team of researchers. And all of that material has been challenged by the global trade, money and banking crises currently threatening to dethrone the USA from its accustomed leadership roles.
I have the feeling that we are at a turning point in world history, and that the rescue of the American economy will be accomplished only by bringing revolutionary technology to the aid of law and economics as never before in history.
Perhaps the several economic research and reform efforts initiated by the Obama team this winter will do, with sufficient resources, what we intuit needs doing. If we few want to help, we will have to suggest in what ways and why.
Wikipedia has developed a very conservative and opaque approach to economic facts and current trends. Reading any of their entries and methods is enough to convince a stranger that the triumph of form over substance that has destroyed all empires in the past is prepared to take us on and do the same.
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