Budget Your Goals, Not Your Silver

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Aaron Denburn Publishing, May 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 309 pages
: Budget Your Goals, Not Your Silver explores the nature of the economy from a structural point of view. Because each individual has an economic structure, and is part of larger and larger economic structures, the author begins with an understanding of the nature of the individual economic structure and shows how our economy fits together overall. Each individual must have the ability to survive if the overall economy is to survive. Each individual then is a part of the overall economy and relates to that economy. In the process of this, many economic concepts need redefinition. Money must be recognized as a reference point of value before it can be used as a medium of exchange. Monopoly is inevitable and a useful means of organization, but must be controlled if the economy is to maintain a structural integrity. Wealth is a comparison, rather than an accumulation. This different point of view suggests some specific actions that are needed to strengthen the economy

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Doyle Smith began his study of the nature of economic interactions at Arizona University in 1962. With his background of scholastic study, he worked and observed the activities of many people and various enterprises. Having won an award for excellence in history in the seventh grade, and having continued the study of history along with practical economics, he combines an understanding of both to explain the individual’s role in maintaining a strong economy.

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