Co-operative money and banking systems: Back to the Future

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Pat Conaty – Co-operatives UK New attempts to introduce local money systems can be seen with every serious recession or depression over the past two centuries. The 1820s, 1840s, 1870s, 1890s, 1930s and 1980s all kicked off monetary reform action – sometimes just confined to the locality level but considered …

Taxing Wall Street Speculation

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Ethical Markets also supports the financial transactions tax since 1995! Nice it’s now gaining traction globally! Hazel Henderson, Editor Taxing Wall Street Speculation There’s Another, Better Way To Go After the 1 Percent Than the Obama Administration’s Proposed “Buffett Rule.” by Wallace Turbeville As the White House mounts a major …

Sheared By The Shorts: How Short Sellers Fleece Investors

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Ellen Brown September 29, 2011 www.WebofDebt.com/articles “Unrestrained financial exploitations have been one of the great causes of our present tragic condition.” — President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1933 Why did gold and silver stocks just get hammered, at a time when commodities are considered a safe haven against widespread global uncertainty? …

Exorbitant Privilege by Barry Eichengreen, Oxford University Press 2011

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Exorbitant Privilege by Barry Eichengreen, Oxford University Press 2011 Review by Hazel Henderson © 2011 Barry Eichengreen is a doyen of academic historians of currency, central banking and the evolution of global finance. This latest book does not disappoint and is timely. US politicians, not content with talking down the …

A Healthy Financial System Cannot Be Built On The Expectation Of Bailouts

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A publication from Baseline Scenario A Healthy Financial System Cannot Be Built On The Expectation Of Bailouts Posted: 05 Mar 2011 06:43 AM PST By Simon Johnson. Testimony submitted to the Congressional Oversight Panel, ?Hearing on the TARP?s Impact on Financial Stability,? Friday, March 4, 2011. I. Summary 1) The …

A Little Populist Retribution: Making Wall Street Pay Its Fair Share

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Ellen Brown, November 10, 2009 www.webofdebt.com/articles “Regular people know that they got done in by excesses on Wall Street, and they see a Democratic administration shoveling trillions of dollars to the same Wall Street banks that caused the mess. . . . What is overdue is a little bit of …

Review: Obama’s Challenge by Robert Kuttner

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.!. Chelsea Green, 2008 By Hazel Henderson, author, Ethical Markets: Growing The Green Economy, Chelsea Green, 2006 Order at Amazon — discount code RGVTUIQY Robert Kuttner has performed a service in Obama’s Challenge by bringing to the Democratic nominee’s attention the pitfalls to be faced by the next Administration. The …