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AMI's Annual Monetary Conference

If you haven't already visited AMI (in my sidebar), now's the time to stop by the American Monetary Insititute; see what they're about; and think seriously about joining them this September (21-24) in Chicago to discuss a comprehensive plan for monetary reform in America.

Representative Dennis Kucinich will be there with a host of other speakers to impart a wealth of knowledge about monetary reform and discuss the possibilities for a new economy based on public, interest-free money.
[T]he control of money systems should shift away from private control toward governmental control. Away from commodity money notions; away from fractional reserve banking – monetizing private credits and loaning them into circulation at interest. Towards money issued interest free by government and spent into circulation for the common good. The system must be morally grounded in fairness.

. . . A monetary reform bill – The American Monetary Act, ready for introduction into congress will be analyzed including strategies for getting it supported.
If we want change, we have to make it happen. Care to join me?


At Tuesday, March 07, 2006, Blogger Red Tulips said...

I would be willing to attend such a conference - plus I have a friend in Chicago I could stay with, huzzah!

Kucinich also is a great man. :-)

At Tuesday, March 07, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

great; let's coordinate...

there are some places to stay listed at the link above, in case anyone else is interested too...and there's a discount rate for students.


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