In highlighting these two authors, I in no way intend to minimize the enormous contributions to our proper understanding of money made by those listed below or by the dozens time and space prohibit from citing. Each has made an important contribution to the cause of monetary reform, or more properly to the creation of a new paradigm about money and its role in our lives and in the development of civilization on our planet Earth.
Recommended reading or viewing:
Books: 1. Web of Debt, by Ellen Hodgson Brown; 2. The Lost Science of Money, by Stephen Zarlenga; 3. Tragedy and Hope by Carrol Quigley; 4. The Creature From Jekyll Island, by G. Edward Griffin; 5. How the World Really Works, by Alan B Jones; 6. When Corporations Rule the World, by David C. Korten; The Case Against the Fed, by Murray Rothbard; Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, by John Perkins.
Videos and Websites: www.Webofdebt.com ; www.Monetary.org ; www.chrismartenson.com ; www.moneyasdebt.net ; www.themoneymasters.com; The Monopoly Men: click here
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