Public Money for Public Purpose !
In the end, we are dependent and social creatures, built by nature for social and community life, and for relationships based on love, fellowship and friendship.
The cravings for ever more personal freedom, and for ever more liberation from the responsibilities of democratic government, will only lead to the eventual dissolution of democratic government and the triumph of authoritarianism.
The cause of genuine democracy will, of course, require steps that go well beyond reform of the monetary system.
If we seek a more democratic society, one in which decision-making power over our everyday lives and common futures is more evenly distributed among all of our people, it will be necessary for all of us to embrace the demanding responsibilities of democratic governance.
This can be hard to do in the face of so many decades of governmental failure, where government itself has sometimes seemed to have become nothing but a tool of the plutocracy.
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