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Monetary Reform Links

The Money Reform Party
The Money Reform Party exists to educate the British people and their politicians about the money system and to campaign against the creation of the money supply by the private banks.

Monetary Evolution
This site is as a resource, helping to educate people about money and the urgent need for change in our debt based money system. The site forums aim to create community amongst those committed to change. The forums also function as a common repository for information useful to activists and those who wish to know more.

Prosperity - Freedom from Debt Slavery
A monthly journal on Money Reform, based in Glasgow, Scotland which campaigns for publicly-created debt-free money.

The Money Masters
American website based on the extraordinary video and book: The Money Masters: How International Bankers Gained Control of America.
In the UK the Money Masters video is available from Prosperity.
In the US and the rest of the world get the video / DVD from The Money Masters web site.

BAMR - The British Association for Monetary Reform.

Monetary Reform On-Line
Monetary Reform On-Line is an on-line resource and a magazine demonstrating how a nation's financial banking system could use its money supply to solve its debt crisis through positive grass-roots political activism.

Working for a Sane Alternative
James Robertson's website. Sustainable Development. People-centred Globalisation, combining economic efficiency with economic justice. Progress that is socially just and environmentally benign. Money and Finance as servants not masters.

The American Monetary Institute
A foundation dedicated to the independent study of monetary history, theory and reform.

The People's Mandate
Sam Broad's Australian site includes Money Reform ideas. He specifically directs people to his page at home.iprimus.com.au/samfred/people-using-money.html for an introduction to his ideas.

Based in Canada, COMER is an information resource available to economists, activists, policymakers, academics, and those interested in evaluating contemporary monetary and economic policies.

The Money Files
American site exposing corruption in the global monetary system.

Whirled Bank
A website critical of World Bank Policy.

Sustainable Economics
Sustainable Economics is the bimonthly newsletter of the Green Economy Working Group of the Green Party of England and Wales.

Stamp Out Poverty
What was previously the “Tobin Tax Network (UK)” has now become “Stamp Out Poverty”.

Stamp Out Poverty campaigns for additional sources of revenue to bridge the massive funding gap required to bring the world’s poorest people out of poverty. Our flagship campaign is the Currency Transaction Tax (CTT), a small levy on international currency transactions which, if implemented, could raise billions in additional development assistance every year.

Stamp Out Poverty also campaigns for other innovative taxation instruments to pay for the fight against poverty. The campaign made significant progress with an agreement by several countries including the UK and France to set up an Air Ticket Levy to finance development in February 2006.

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