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This book objectively reveals how banks use people's money. It gives readers in depth background knowledge about banking operations.Published 14 months ago by Jean
It's time for us to wake up and see the roses for what they are. Very informative and truthful about who runs the country. It's time for us to take it back. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Michael G.
We have indeed entered another guilded age. When you have a license to gamble with other people's money, you can't lose.
Everyone should read this. Read more
Louis D. Brandeis showcases his genius when analyzing how the money trust controlled many industries in the United States during the beginning of the 20th century. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Francisco Mariategui
Banks too big to fail! it amazes and saddens me to see the same issues we argue about today were argued so long ago. Read morePublished on July 13, 2013 by Marc Schultz
I thought this book would give me some insights into today's financial picture. It was good history but not applicable to the modern financial system. Read morePublished on July 5, 2013 by Paul F. McDonald
An analysis of the banking system of the 1900s which has a painful resonance today. Highly recommended for any student of the period.Published on June 7, 2013 by R.S.
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|Banks and Insurance Companies - Should they become one ?||
MONOPOLIZATION = HEGEMONY (cultural, intellectual, and material!)
The entire point is to destroy the smaller banks and buy them up.
No, we don't need it. Screw "tax reform", it's for people who can't read; why can't we get monetary reform already? That's the real problem... it's a... Read More
May 18, 2009 by L. Lasko | See all 2 posts