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Dec 16, 2009

Nathan Martin of Nathans Economic Edge talks with me about his vision of where monetary reform should be headed, what he calls Freedom's Vision.  

In this first discussion, Nathan points out the problems with our current system and possible tactics to enact REAL change. Nathan also makes the distinction between hoping change will happen and working towards making change happen... (hint, they are not the same thing, at all).

In a later episode we will be discussing a few more concepts of Nathans proposed plan and we will also be talking with Bill Still, narrator of the films The Secret of Oz and The Money Masters. Please join us.

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over eleven years ago

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fourteen and a half years ago

Awsome job, thanks Steve!