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Local Money: What Difference Does It Make?

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating Details  ·  2 Ratings  ·  1 Review
Local money has been used for hundreds of years and throughout the world, yet very few of us understand what it's all about. In the last few years, many more local currencies have been launched, but why? We all need money - to stay alive, to buy essential goods and services. But when jobs and money are in short supply it's largely because 97% of national money is controlle ...more
Paperback, 64 pages
Published June 12th 2013 by Triarchy Press Ltd
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Ben Brangwyn
Aug 07, 2014 Ben Brangwyn rated it it was amazing
Must-read pamphlet. I found it clear, concise, assertive, inspiring and timely. Miraculously, John Rogers has distilled everything you need to know on this subject into this very easily digested little tome.
Seriously impressive. I recommend it to Transition Initiatives and community groups anywhere that are looking at reasserting control over their local economy.
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John is an expert on local currency systems. His first two books are seen as standard texts in this field. Check out the reviews at his website:

"People Money - the Promise of Regional Currencies" was co-authored with Margrit Kennedy and Bernard Lietaer, who wrote the 2004 German original on which this first English edition is based. John completely expanded the original tex
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“Banks do not create money for the public good. They are businesses owned by private shareholders. Their purpose is to make a profit.” 1 likes
“Maybe you care deeply about the environment or other global issues, or you feel strongly about your local region or community, but you just don't see how local money can help. I hope that this pamphlet will show you connections between what you care about and 'the money problem'.” 0 likes
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