Popp - Money - Bona Fide or Non-Bona Fide (1970) - Printable Version
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Popp - Money - Bona Fide or Non-Bona Fide (1970) - redgonzo - 07-15-2009 10:26 AM
This is Edward E. Popp's informative book Money - Bona Fide or Non-Bona Fide (1970) which deals with the nature of money and the relationship with government and debt. What is money? What items now serve as media of exchange? What is a bona fide medium of exchange? What is the cause of inflation and deflation (depression)? Who and what determines the buying power of the medium of exchange? When are interest charges just or unjust? Is it necessary for governmental bodies to go in debt? Can the medium of exchange be obtained without borrowing it? The answers to the above and related questions, as given in this fascinating book, will give government officials, lawyers, teachers, clergymen, students and other professional and business men the basic knowledge necessary to a better understanding of finance, banking, debts and general economics. 70 pages. A must read for everyone.
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