BankNotes Archive – April 2020

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BankNotes Articles from April 2020

“This is R. Nelson Nash” in His Own Words

March 30, 2020

The following was put together in January 2018 by R. Nelson Nash  for the 2018 IBC Think Tank Conference. I thought it appropriate to share on the anniversary of Nelson’s passing (27 March, 2019). — David Stearns A person’s thoughts over a period of time ultimately results in a set of … Read more

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WHAT C.S. LEWIS’S SCREWTAPE TEACHES US ABOUT POLITICS

March 30, 2020

by Gary Galles Americans, finally facing the prospect of the mano-a-mano portion of the 2020 presidential campaign, have already learned that previous complainers about the negativity, underhandedness, and attack-dog nature of politics didn’t know how good they had it. Abetted by technologies that increase the reach and power of smear campaigns … Read more

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Financialization: Why the Financial Sector Now Rules the Global Economy

March 30, 2020

by Ryan McMaken To read or watch the news in today’s world is to be confronted with a wide array of stories about financial organization and financial institutions. News about central banks, interest rates, and debt appear to be everywhere. But it was not always the case that the financial … Read more

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Nelson Nash’s Becoming Your Own Banker – PART 1 Lesson 12: Creating Your Own Banking System Through Dividend-Paying Whole Life Insurance (continued)

March 30, 2020

Content: Page 22-23 Becoming Your Own Banker Fifth Edition As a result of what you learned in lesson 11, the company now has an ever-increasing pool of money. Your premium payments are pooled with that of all other policy owners, but all the accounting is separate. Every policy has the … Read more

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The Spanish Roots of the Austrian School: An Interview with Jesús Huerta de Soto

March 30, 2020

Nelson Nash extracted the following from an interview published in the Austrian Economics Newsletter Volume 17, Number 2 (Summer 1997) Jesús Huerta de Soto, professor of economics at the Complutense University of Madrid, is Spain’s leading Austrian economist. As an author, translator, publisher, and teacher, he also ranks among the … Read more

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