Bankruptcy of Our Nation

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New Leaf Publishing Group, Aug 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 317 pages
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First released at the beginning of America's economic crisis, Bankruptcy of our Nation has been almost prophetic in its assessment of the explosion of the gold market, the loss of AAA credit rating, foreclosures, "manufactured" numbers from the government reported by the media, and the fragile foundations of our national and internationally linked economies. Families are scared and more interested than ever in making sure they do all they can to survive whatever this fiscal crisis brings. This step-by-step process is one of that individuals can implement to diversify their savings and investments to help create multiple streams of income. Get solid and easy-to-understand assessments of America's financial position now and the pressures of a global economy that loom ahead so that you can make the critical decisions to protect yourself no matter what the uncertain future holds. Take control of your own fiscal future today!
 

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Contents

Introduction
7
1 What Is MoneyReally?
17
2 A Short History of Fiat Currencies
31
3 The Rise and Fall of the Golden Permission Slip
51
Same Game with a New Name
65
Protecting Dollar Demand through the Barrel of a Gun
79
6 The History of the Federal Reserve or How America Lost the Revolutionary War
97
What the Banksters Do Not Want You to Know
119
12 Breaking Free from the Consumption Trap
205
Strategies Financial Wisdom for Uncertain Times
217
13 An Introduction to the PACE Investing Philosophy
219
14 21 Income Streams You Can Create Nowand in Retirement
233
15 Eight Key Strategies to Protect Your Finances
261
The DSL Savings A Strategy to Combat Inflation
283
The Five Levels of Financial Freedom
291
Frequently Asked Questions from Our Readers
295

The Greatest Debtor Nation in World History
137
9 The Retirement Crisis
155
10 The Coming American Hyperinflation and Dollar Collapse
167
The New American Slavery
191
Glossary
309
About the Author
318
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Featured on WorldNetDaily's popular website each week, Jerry Robinson is an economist, columnist, international speaker, and radio host of Follow the Money Weekly, appearing on numerous TV and radio programs, including Fox News, and being quoted by USA Today and other news agencies on the topic of the economy, with columns appearing in publications such as Townhall and Financial Sense.

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