The Role of Money: What it Should Be, Contrasted with What it Has Become

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Routledge, 4 abr. 2014 - 224 páginas
The Role of Money examines the mystery of money in its social aspect and illustrates what money now is, what is does and what it should do. The standpoint from which the book is written is that of the public. The significance of the 'money-power' of the state to issue money has been recently recognized by historians. Its key position in shaping the course of world events is here explained.

Included are:
* Chapters on the philosophic background
* The theory of money - Virtual Wealth
* The Evolution of Modern Money
* International Economic Relations
* Debts and Debt Redemption
 

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CHAPTER I THE PHILOSOPHIC BACKGROUND ERGOSOPHY
1
CHAPTER II THE THEORY OF MONEYVIRTUAL WEALTH
24
CHAPTER III THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN MONEY
56
CHAPTER IV MONEY AS IT NOW IS
86
CHAPTER V INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
116
CHAPTER VI PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF A MONEY SYSTEM
135
CHAPTER VII DEBTS AND DEBT REDEMPTION
161
CHAPTER VIII THE PRACTICAL SITUATION
189
CHAPTER IX HONESTY IS THE BEST MONETARY POLICY
204
BIBLIOGRAPHY
221
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