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With widespread concern about the state of the national and international economic system, we are pleased to make available this Money Reform classic. 


"Clarifying" was compiled by our Founder, Alistair McConnachie, and the 2nd edition was published in 2009.


It's 40-pages, A4, stapled. Cost includes postage in the UK.


It is only available outside the UK when purchased with the "Bank of England (Creation of Currency) Bill" here for a discount



Clarifying our Money Reform Proposals

A Report for the Tenth Bromsgrove Conference


Part One – The Basics you Need to Know

Our Attitude towards the Banking System

What is Money?                                                              

How Banks Create Money           

Understanding the Bank of England         

How the National Debt is Created            

Recovering our Lost Seigniorage                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

Part Two – Freedom from Debt Slavery

The Problem: A Debt-Based Money System         

The Solution: A Debt-Free Money System            


Part Three – Clarifying the Rowbotham Reform

The Rowbotham Reform: Publicly-Created Money

Publicly-Created Money: Considering some Effects          

Frequently Asked Questions on Publicly-Created Money

How to Prevent Banks Expanding the Money Supply       


Part Four – Clarifying the Huber/Robertson Reform

The Huber/Robertson Reform: Seigniorage Reform         

Seigniorage Reform: Effects on Money Supply, Inflation and Interest Rates           

Frequently Asked Questions on Seigniorage Reform                        

James Robertson Answers some Questions on Seigniorage Reform


Part Five – Miscellaneous on Money Reform

Why Money Reform will Prevent Inflation                            

The Matter of Interest                                                                  

The Democratic Imperative                                                        


Appendix 1 – Glossary and Bibliography                                

Glossary of Terms                                                                           


Clarifying our Money Reform Proposals

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