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The Community Reserve Exchange: a Community Exchange: Based Upon Modern Monetary Economics Tadit Anderson

The CRX model is a Local Exchange Trading System and is an advancement over the common model applied as a LETS system. The most common LETS model is a debt based exchange system, and thereby reproduces the private and debt based monetary process at a community level. The CRX reflects the current best proposal for the reforms analyzed as necessary to reform the current default of a privatized monetary system. It thereby complies with the principles that are crucial to the American Monetary Institute proposal for national monetary reform.

L.E.T.S. C.R.E.-ate a more Cooperative and Community Friendly Economics Oct 20th, 2009

L.E.T.S. C.R.E.-ate a more Cooperative and Community Friendly Economics
Oct. 20th, 2009

Looking for the Lenders’ Little Helpers (about mortgage fraud)

Looking for the Lenders’ Little Helpers

"Flip That House" Fraud was Widespread

By Michael Braga, Chris Davis & Matthew Doig
Staff Writers

Published: Sunday, July 19, 2009 at 1:00 a.m. 
Last Modified: Saturday, July 18, 2009 at 6:40 p.m. 

Fraudulent property flipping ran rampant during this decade's housing boom, with $10 billion in suspicious deals in Florida alone, a Herald-Tribune investigation has found.

Henry Ford and the Rise of the U.S. Middle Class (tri-fold pamphlet)

 Henry Ford and the Rise of the US Middle Class

 

The Hawthorne Experiments and Liberal Corporatism (tri-fold pamphlet)

  The Hawthorne Experiments and Liberal Corporatism 

 

The Goldschmidt Study ... : How to... Sustain Community Wealth, part 2 (tri-fold pamphlet)

 The BAE/Goldschmidt Study of Arvin and Dinuba:

How to Build and Sustain Community Wealth, part two

The Goldschmidt Study ... : How to ... Sustain Community Wealth, part 1 (tri-fold pamphlet)

 The BAE/Goldschmidt Study of Arvin and Dinuba:

How to Build and Sustain Community Wealth, part one

 

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