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Debt as Money – Considering the Consequences, Examining the Alternatives

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We pay for many things, not with money, but with debt. This debt is created by a privately-owned banking system. Debt is a speculator’s tool. What are the consequences of a money system based on debt for prices, and incomes, and the allocation of credit? Why do we allow profit-making institutions to create money, when, as Henry George said, “It is the business of government to issue money”?

During this seminar we plan to join a live webcast with Helena Norberg-Hodge and Charles Eisenstein on alternative banking systems.

In this interactive seminar, presented by Allen Smith, you will learn the answers to these questions, and understand why the answers really matter to you and yours.

Instructor: TBA
Sessions: 1
Dates: Wednesday, March 30
Time: 6:00PM – 8:00PM


John Haynes Holmes Community House, 28 East 35th Street (Madison & Park)