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Video

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Dr. Michael Kumhof of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) described how the 1930s “Chicago Plan” could help achieve monetary reforms at the Eastern Economic Association (EEA) sessions hosted by AMI

Part 2 of Dr. Kumhof’s presentation at the EEA conference

Dennis Kucinich makes a speech on the House of Representatives floor on New Year’s Day 2013 calling for monetary reform with HR 2990

Dr. Michael Kumhof of the IMF presents his paper on the Chicago Plan at the Real World Economics Conference

Congressman Dennis Kucinich speaks on the American Monetary Act in House of Representatives

Dr. Kaoru Yamaguchi of Doshisha University describes his model of the American Monetary Act on the American Economy

Congressman Kucinich addresses 2009 AMI Monetary Reform Conference Participants

Audio

Here are several outstanding Monetary Reform Podcasts – FREE – for your enjoyment and education, Do please remember that providing these things takes money, and if you have a real job, any donation toward these expenses would be greatly appreciated!

Available Podcasts:

  1. (NEW Nov 9, 2010) Rense Radio Show, Stephen Zarlenga & Terry Arnold
  2. Prof. Allan Chartok, King of Northeastern Public Radio presents an unequalled full hour interview of Stephen Zarlenga
  3. Community Currency Network Host with Stephen Zarlenga (04/08/10)
  4. Steve Lendman with Stephen Zarlenga — “Reforming a Broken System to Achieve Economic Justice”
  5. Gnostic Media’s Jan Irvin with Stephen Zarlenga Pt. I — “Money’s Dirty Little Secrets”
  6. Gnostic Media’s Jan Irvin with Stephen Zarlenga Pt. II — “Why Gold and Silver are Not the Answer”
  7. Gnostic Media’s Jan Irvin with Stephen Zarlenga, Pt. III “A Response to the Austrian School”
  8. TCUC Radio with Stephen Zarlenga Pt. I THE AMERICAN MONETARY ACT: Solving the Financial Crisis by Monetary Reform
  9. TCUC Radio with Stephen Zarlenga Pt. II — THE AMERICAN MONETARY ACT: “Solving the Financial Crisis by Monetary Reform”