Our society has made tremendous scientific and social progress. So why do unemployment, environmental destruction, and poverty persist? Are they evidence of poor choices and misplaced priorities?
At the Henry George School you will discover the true cause of and cure for problems such as low incomes, poverty and unemployment. You will understand why so few are so wealthy, while others go without basic necessities...read more
Asian Miracle -Thirty years of economic growth throughout Asia has lifted millions out of poverty and raised standards of living. However, these gains have often come at the expense of environmental destruction, increasing inqeuality and curtailment of basic human rights.
Saturday, May 25 at 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Real Estate: Rediscovering Market Forces with a Fiscal Approach -People want to live, work and socialize in attractive neighborhoods and buildings that are conveniently located and reasonably priced. Increasingly, people are demanding that their community is eco-friendly.
99 Cents or Less - The Evolution of the 99 cents stores
The long-lamented Lampston's and Woolworth's have been replaced by a seemingly increasing quantity of 99 cents stores. Lorraine Moore tracks the changes in these retailers. Are they an indicator of the economic well-being of our communities?
Dr. Lorraine Moore is an educator, counselor and diligent 99 cents store shopper.
NEWThe Mystery of Money and Banking – The Origins of the Current System.
A review of “The Lost Science of Money” written by Steve Zarlanga provides the historical background to and key features of the current system of credit, money and banking. Presented by Allen Smith.
NEWThe Mystery of Money and Banking – An Alternative Money System.
Would monetary reform boost economic growth and employment? Is there a better way to pay for infrastructure improvements? Allen Smith reviews some of the current proposals.
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