Money and Man: A Survey of Monetary Experience

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Money and Man: A Survey of Monetary Experience

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0806113383
ISBN-13: 9780806113388
Number of pages: 328

This book makes abundantly clear that what we are experiencing today is the exact same situation that has been inflicted over and over again throughout history on the most advanced and powerful civilizations. "Money and Man" is a survey of the history of money, which is in turn the history of the manipulation of money by rulers and governments for the purpose of defrauding and impoverishing its citizens.

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