By Carl Herman
Stephen Zarlenga wrote the best book on monetary history and reform I’ve encountered (The Lost Science of Money), created the largest and most influential organization (The American Monetary Institute), and organized 12 annual conferences.
Stephens 38-minute talk at the 2016 Monetary Reform conference that summarizes the history of framing reforms I’ll document in this article at ~$1 million per US household (there are some auditory gaps, but you’ll get the points):
RTs 9-minute interview regarding ending the Federal Reserve:
Stephen had me present at this conference for three years, and I was able to have him twice admit in one-to-one conversations that public banking could synergize with monetary reform to unleash literally thousands of state and city legislators to recognize the power of monetary reform.
Source: Monetary reform hero, Stephen Zarlenga, passes. His 38-minute last remarks for ~$1 million per average US household benefits, 9-minute 2012 interview to replace the Federal Reserve
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