My previous article discusses money and credit creation and the trillion dollars/year benefit of monetary reform. Here is the discussion of this topic from sourced historical quotes from many of our brightest minds, part 2 of 2, beginning with New York City mayor John Hylan and ending with Congresspersons Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul.
John F. Hylan was Mayor of New York City from 1918 to 1925. The following 12 revealing paragraphs were reported by the New York Times on Dec. 10, 1922. New York has long been the US banking and financial headquarters, with the mayor’s office about a half-mile from the New York Stock Exchange. HYLAN ADDS PINCHOT TO PRESIDENCY LIST; FORESEES A REVOLT. http://query.nytimes.com/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=9F07EED6153AEF33A25753...
"What each party wants is a man whose sympathies are with the people and not with gold, a candidate with a proven progressive record. If the international bankers and the food profiteers control both parties, there undoubtedly will be a third party, but it strikes me that they won’t be able to.
My previous article discusses money and credit creation and the trillion dollars/year benefit of monetary reform. Here is the discussion of this topic from sourced historical sources from many of our brightest minds, part 1 of 2 starting with Benjamin Franklin and ending with Thomas Edison (my personal favorite in his explanation to the New York Times in 1921).
Quotes on the history of creating and managing money:
“Experience, more prevalent than all the logic in the world, has fully convinced us all, that it (paper money issued directly by government) has been, and is now of the greatest advantages to the country.” – Benjamin Franklin, The American Weekly Mercury, March 27, 1729. http://www.historycarper.com/resources/twobf2/paper1.htm