Public Banks: Good Solution or Dangerous Gamble?
5 Dec 2019
What is a public bank and how does it differ from private banks? I just finished a run of 11 presentations and in-person interviews. Here’s a video from one, a debate with a county official sponsored by the League of Women Voters, and two power points from another, the Soil and Nutrition Conference.
- Power point, A Deep Dive into Money and Banking, Soil & Nutrition Conf 11-19
- Power point, Funding the Green Transition, Soil & Nutrition Conf 11-19
Ellen Brown is a member of the TRANSCEND Network for Peace Development Environment, an attorney, founder/chairperson of the Public Banking Institute, and author of thirteen books including Web of Debt, The Public Bank Solution, and Banking on the People: Democratizing Money in the Digital Age. Her 300+ blog articles are at EllenBrown.com.
Tags: Banksters, Capitalism, Central banks, Development, Economics, Public banking, Social justice, Solutions
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