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Jul 5, 2009

Another one of our "Notable Faces of the CM Website" interviews. This time around we speak with Patrick Brown. Our conversation centers around a forum posting he put up on the 'bad rap that Fractional Reserve Banking gets'. A somewhat contrarian viewpoint to what I believed to be a flawed system.

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almost eleven years ago

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almost eleven years ago

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almost eleven years ago

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almost eleven years ago

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