Reading Material

Capital Homesteading for Every Citizen 
What if
. . . every man, woman and child in America could receive each year through adonner cvr
local bank $3,000 of “interest-free” credit to invest in our nation’s growth and
new technologies?
. . . every citizen could accumulate tax-free over a lifetime a “capital homestead” of
$200,000 that would pay an annual dividend income of $30,000 to meet his or
her retirement needs?
. . . this could be done without using any taxpayer dollars and without taking away
anyone’s wealth? More details, order nfo here

curing world poverty"Curing World Poverty: The New Role of Property is a fascinating "textbook for social change." Through practical financing tools and specific legislative reforms, Curing World Poverty moves to a "third way" beyond the power—and wealth—concentrating systems of traditional capitalism and socialism. A powerful reminder that political democracy is hollow without effective economic democracy."
- Rabbi David Saperstein, Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism

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seven stepsSeven Steps to Justice. Such is the book’s huge potential for peacefully revolutionising society that Sir Richard Body has described it as “a testament to politicians aspiring to be statesmen”.

Other endorsers point to its profound sense of justice, its prescience and – a matter of importance to any reader – the brilliant lucidity of its exposition. John Bunzl wrote: “They make simple, readable and understandable subjects which others manage to make complicated and impenetrable.”
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age consentThe Age of Consent: A manifesto for a new world order, George Monbiot, 2003.

"At last, the global justice movement has found a vision as expansive and planet-wide as that of the American neoconservatives. Let the battle of ideas commence." Johann Hari, Independent on Sunday.

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venus projectFresco envisions a global civilization in which science and technology are applied with human and environmental concern to secure, protect, and encourage a more humane world for all people. This book offers a possible way out of our recurring cycles of boom and recession, famine, poverty, a declining environment, and territorial conflicts where peace is merely the interval between wars. It outlines an attainable, humane social design of the near future where human rights are no longer paper proclamations but a way of life.
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binarybkcvrBinary Economics: The New Paradigm: Robert Ashford & Rodney Shakespeare. University Press of America, 1999.

The new binary economic paradigm described by Robert Ashford and Ashford Shakespeare fills a void in the thinking of today's academia. It provides solutions to seemingly intractable problems of economic efficiency, distribution and justice left unsolved by conventional economic theories and practices.
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Democracy at Risk: Rescuing Main Street from Wall Street — A Populist Vision for the 21st Century. - By Jeff Gates

Jeff Gates’ new book — Democracy at Risk — argues for widespread ownership of capital resources in an era of massive disparities of wealth that subordinate democracy to plutocracy. Gates is a practical man, which means he offers politically practical and financially feasible ways toward a broad-based prosperity around the world. His facts will enrage you into higher expectation levels for what a modern economy should look like and be for.
— Ralph Nader

Capital Homesteading for Every Citizen: A Just Free Market Solution for Saving Social Security: Norman G. Kurland, Dawn K. Brohawn & Michael D. Greaney. Center for Economic and Social Justice, 2003.

One World, Ready or Not, The Manic Logic of Global Capitalism: William Greider. Simon & Schuster, 1997, Touchstone paperback, 1968.

Utopia or Oblivion, Prospects for Humanity: R. Buckminster Fuller. Bantam Books, 1969.

When Corporations Rule the World: David C. Korten
A co-publication of Kumarian Press Inc. and Berrett - Koehler Publishers, 1995

Buckminster Fuller, An Anthology for the New Millennium: Thomas T. K. Zung. St. Martin's Press, 2002.

The Grip of Death: Michael Rowbotham
Jon Carpenter Publishing, Biddles Ltd. Guildford and Kings Lynn, UK. 1998
Distributed in Canada and USA by Paul and Company, PO Box 442, Concord, MA, 01742

Secrets of the Temple, How the Federal Reserve Runs the Country: William Greider
Simon and Shuster, 1987

Wealth, Virtual Wealth and Debt, The Solution to the Economic Paradox: Professor Fredrick Soddy

Beyond Dispute: Stafford Beer. John Wiley & Sons, 1994.

The Structure of Scientific Revolutions: Thomas S. Kuhn. University of Chicago Press, 1962, 1970.

"A New Look at Prices and Money: The Kelsonian Binary Model for Achieving Rapid Economic Growth Without Inflation": Norman G. Kurland. Journal of Socio-Economics, vol. 30, pages 495-515, 2001.

"The Abraham Federation: A New Framework for Peace in the Middle East": Norman G. Kurland. Center for Economic and Social Justice, 2002.

Two-Factor Theory, The Economics of Reality: Louis O. Kelso & Patricia Hetter. Random House, 1967, Vintage Books paperback, 1967.

Democracy and Economic Power, Extending the ESOP Revolution through Binary Economics: Louis O. Kelso & Patricia Hetter Kelso. Ballenger Publishing Co., 1986, University Press of America paperback, 1991.

Introduction to Social Justice: William J. Ferree. Paulist Press, 1948, Center for Economic and Social Justice edition, with foreword by Norman G. Kurland, 1997.

Journey to an Ownership Culture, Insights from the ESOP Community: Dawn K. Brohawn, ed. The ESOP Association & Scarecrow Press, 1997.

Social Credit: C.H. Douglas
Omni Publications, 1924