Petition in Context

The invitation to write an article for the Journal of Accountancy Business and Public Interest was the trigger for compiling a lot of texts to answer key questions.

Peter Etherden who published the History of Usury and many other money-related articles is putting my initiative into its historic and political context.

The article was published as Public Cash for the Real Economy in Vol. 8, No. 1 2009.

Together, we address the following questions:

1. What is the “Credit Crunch”?

2. What is the “Cash Crumble”?

3. Why the Public Credit Petition?

4. Why the Treasury Select Committee?

5. What does the Petition Request?

6. Why is it in the Public Interest?

7. Why is the Public Ignorant?

8. Who Benefits from this Ignorance?

9. Who are the Victims of Finance Capitalism?

10. How did the Financial Economy come to Dominate the Real Economy?

11. What Can be Done about it?

11.1 Usury-Free Banking as Social Business

11.2 Social Business for Profit without Dividends

12. Participating in Political Processes

12.1 The Forum for Stable Currencies

12.2 E-petitions as political tools

13. How does the system perpetuate itself?

14. Why Don’t We Change Things?

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