Ellen Brown: How to Pay For It All – An Option the Candidates Missed

03 Economy, 11 Society
Ellen Brown

How to Pay for It All: An Option the Candidates Missed

Kyouryoku,” the Japanese word for cooperation, is composed of characters that mean “together strength” – “stronger by working together.” This is a recognized principle in Asian culture and it is an approach we would do well to adopt. What US presidential candidates from both parties should talk about is how to modify the law so that Congress, the Administration and the central bank can work together in setting monetary policy, following the approaches successfully modeled in China and Japan.

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