9. The Federal Reserve will be abolished, and Congress will oversee a publicly owned banking system like the State Bank of South Dakota.
10. The United States will work to establish a democratic world government that provides equal pay for equal work, with no one earning more than three times the wages of the lowest paid worker. A system of workplace democracy will be instituted.
Marches on Washington D.C., state capitals, and city government buildings can be coordinated to occur simultaneously four times a year, until the U.S. Congress, as urged by masses of citizens, implements the above ten demands through the passage of federal amendments and laws. Representatives who do not support the ten demands will be voted out of office. It is time to begin.
Roger Copple is 63 years old. He retired in 2010 from elementary school teaching (mostly 3rd grade) and high school special education in Indianapolis. Now residing in the Bradenton/Sarasota area of Florida, he is deeply grateful that he stuck it out to get a teacher's pension and started getting his Social Security early at age 62. He now hopes to make a contribution to society through further study, reflection, and writing.