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    Money is choking our democracy to death. Our elections are bought out from under us and our public officials are doing the bidding of mercenaries. So powerful is the hold of wealth on politics that we cannot say America is working for all Americans. The majority may support such broad social goals as affordable medical coverage for all, decent wages for working people, safe working conditions, a secure retirement, and clean air and water, but there is no government "of, by, and for the people" to deliver on those aspirations.     Our system of privately financed campaigns has ... market research, surveys and trends


Monetary Reform In Russia The Case For Gold
percent: “There were almost 6000 more enterprises in 1900 than in. 1890, and close to a million more workers.” Moreover, from 1894 to ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Russia lends Ukraine $2bn: what does it want in return?
to step into the breach. A state-controlled Russian bank appears to have granted cash-strapped Kiev a $2bn bridge loan to plug a budget deficit gap after delays in Ukraine’s bid for fresh financial support from the International Monetary Fund. While details of the deal have yet to emerge, it seems that the Russian bank has agreed to shore up the public finances for six months. The short-term benefits to Kiev are obvious: but the long-term implications of the dramatic increase in Russian influence that has followed president Viktor Yanukovich’s election have yet to become clear. Asked today at a Kiev press conference ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Monetary Reform In Ex-Communist Countries
“Monetary Reform in Russia: The Case for Gold.” Cato. Journal 12 (3) (Winter 1993): 657—76. Schwartz, Pedro. “A Market Approach to Monetary Perestroika. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Google Answers: Economic change in Ukraine
There are existing descriptions of the economy in the Ukraine, such as the one from the State Department, that begins: ========== Ukraine has many of the components of a major European economy -- rich farmlands, a well-developed industrial base, highly trained labor, and a good education system. After eight straight years of sharp economic decline from the early to late 1990s, the standard of living for most citizens declined more than 50%, leading to widespread poverty. Beginning in 2000 economic growth has averaged almost 9% per year, reaching 9.4% in 2003 and 12.5% in 2004. Personal incomes are rising. The macro economy is ...
Will the United States of America remain a dominant economic ...
US public and private debt has soared with the permission of the central banks of China and Japan which have purchased US treasury bonds without question, but may not always do so. US infrastructure is built on the assumption of cheap energy prices, which will likely not return. Still, most investors who invest outside their own countries invest in the US, while most US investors keep their money at home. Since 1971 the US has retained sole and arbitrary control of the global money supply. But rise of the Euro, pound sterling and yuan, permanent rises in energy prices (due to demand from emerging economies), shift of global ...