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James Robertson's new book Future Money: breakdown or breakthrough? appears just as the whole way we finance home-building and regeneration is under scrutiny. A series of 12 seminars in London looks at a "Commons-based Economy" much like Robertson's thinking.

"There can be few books more worthy of our time of crisis than this" says reviewer Dr Tony Vickers. "It sets out how reform of the money supply system links to reform of taxation "off income, profits, value added..." and onto "value subtracted ... for private profit from common resources..." and reform of public expenditure priorities, off "perverse subsidies" and instead into a "Citizens Dividend" that would replace welfare payments."

FUTURE MONEY review.pdf

See also details of the series of seminars in London (8th to 18th May) inspired by similar ideas and facilitated by James Quilligan.

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