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Vermont’s Pathway Toward Economic Independence

Part 2 of 2 Adrian Kuzminski The profound implications of Edward Kellogg’s money system, formulated by Kellogg in the mid-19th century, cannot be overstated. There would not only be no controlling central bank in the modern sense, there would be … Continue reading

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How Vermont Can Abolish Usury And Promote A Sustainable Economy

Part 1 of 2 Adrian Kuzminski During this time of financial and economic crisis, it is worth recalling that credible alternatives to our current financial system exist, if largely unrecognized, and deserve serious consideration. There is a vast, diverse, and … Continue reading

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