Tag Archives: Shared Monetary Governance
Shared Political Governance and Shared Monetary Governance: Two Sides of the Same Coin needing Campaign and Monetary Finance Reform?
Do shared political governance and Shared Monetary Governance require Campaign and Monetary Finance Reform? Sharing Economic Decision-making power is as important as sharing real political power. That was the premise behind my book Shared Monetary Governance. I re-summarize the summary, … Continue reading
At the 2012 DC Social Forum, we came to a consensus: Public Banks, Time Banks and small groups build Cooperative Society. The joint presentations at the DC Social Forum, which was held in the DC Friend’s Meeting House, a wonderful … Continue reading
Thanks to LJuserGoodall for asking about bitcoin, which I do not support. Bitcoin is an alternative to national currencies which is often used for money laundering and other nefarious purposes. It actually does precisely the opposite of what a community-based … Continue reading