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The World of C. H. Douglas

Clifford Hugh Douglas, 1879–1952

Major Clifford Hugh Douglas, 1879–1952

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“Salvation by history” — H. G. Wells, The Undying Fire

“The most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate their own understanding of their history.” — George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four

H. G. Wells described the devil and the adversary of all that is good as “the Unexpected,”[1] a condition suitable for any discussion concerning economics and C. H. Douglas. Read more …

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Robert Stark Interviews Monetary Reformer Ellen Brown

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Anthony Migchels Returns to Discuss Monetary Reform

Monetary reformer Antony Migchels

Monetary reformer Antony Migchels

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Dutch-based financial reformer Anthony Migchels returns to The Stark Truth. His blog is http://realcurrencies.wordpress.com/Read more …

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Robert Stark interviews Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya on The Dharma Manifesto

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Sri Dharma Pravartaka Acharya was born in New York City. Read more …

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Selection by Lot in Florence

The Monte di Pietà, Florence, established to make small, interest-free loans to give people an alternative to usurious Jewish moneylenders.

The Monte di Pietà, Florence, established in the late 15th century by Franciscan brothers to make small, interest-free loans to give people an alternative to usurious moneylenders.

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The other major use of sortition practiced in the Italian city-states was the “scrutiny,” which to a greater or lesser extent governed Florentine political life for 300 years. Similar schemes were practiced in Orvieto, Siena, Pistoia, Perugia, and Lucca. The scrutiny was different than the brevia. Whereas the brevia used sortition to determine the composition of an electoral college, the scrutiny was an inversion of this, using voting first to create a short-list of acceptable candidates and then applying sortition in the final stage to draw at random a candidate from this pre-vetted pool.[1]

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The Age of Bronze, 1823 (Excerpts)

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Alas, the country! How shall tongue or pen
Bewail her now uncountry gentlemen?
The last to bid the cry of warfare cease,
The first to make a malady of peace.
For what were all these country patriots born?
To hunt, and vote, and raise the price of corn?
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Robert Stark Interviews Anthony Migchels

Marinus van Reymerswaele, " The Money Lenders"

Marinus van Reymerswaele, “The Money Lenders”

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Robert Stark interviews interest-free currency activist Anthony Migchels. His website is Real Currencies.

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Two Volumes by Gottfried Feder

Gottfried Feder, 1883–1941

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Gottfried Feder
Manifesto for the Breaking of the Financial Slavery to Interest
Foreword by Rodney Martin
Translated with a Preface by Dr. Alexander Jacob.
(Uckfield, Sussex: Historical Review Press, 2012)

This volume by Feder is the first of a series of small books by the important, albeit now obscure German campaigner against usury. Read more …

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Ezra Pound

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Editor’s Note:

In commemoration of the death of Ezra Pound on November 1, 1972, we are reprinting chapter 7 of Kerry Bolton’s Artists of the Right: Resisting Decadence, published by Counter-Currents.

“A slave is one who waits for someone else to free him.”—Ezra Pound[1]

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America, Roosevelt, & the Causes of the Present War

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1944

The main events dealt with in this pamphlet are:

(1) The suppression of the paper-money issue in Pennsylvania, A.D. 1750.  Read more …

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