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  • Read with care, take your time

    The first half reads like a novel, then theorising takes over on high vocabulary level. At the end it becomes like a novel again. Therefore 4 stars and not 5.

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  • An inconsistency

    A wonderfully compelling account. In particular the need to get the science of economics to become scientific, loved that part having read many of the books referenced. Also the confusing material about how the complex finance and money systems actually work (or don't) was enlightening. However, the latter parts where Fascism inherent in government actions is said to be wrong and anything the government does to control citizens seems to be bad, including health care for the poor. Yet earlier, Glass-Steigal (not sure of spelling) was supposed to be good (and I agree it was). There is a big inconsistency there that is not explained.

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