Gar Alpervitz, Public Banking In America _ on Economic Collapse Teach-in

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Gar Alpervitz, Public Banking In America

Gar Alpervitz is a historian, political economist, activist and author, and is currently the Lionel R. Bauman Professor of Political Economy at the University of Maryland. His articles have appeared in leading American publications including the New York Times and Washington Post. He has served as legislative director in both houses of Congress and as special assistant in the State Department; is the president of the National Center for Economic and Security Alternatives; and a founding principal of the Democracy Collaborative, a research institution focused on initiatives that promote the democratization of wealth. His latest book, “America Beyond Capitalism,” is described by Noam Chomsky as providing “concrete and feasible ways to reverse the ominous course of the past several decades and to open the way to a vibrant democracy with a sustainable economy that can satisfy human needs.” He will enlarge on that topic at the conference, with a focus on public banking as a means to achieving a sustainable economy. Gar spoke at the Public Banking In America Conference, Philadelphia, April 27, 2012

A Public Banking Institute and Brightpath Video Presentation.

Public Banking Institute President, Ellen Brown, opens the first Public Banking In America Conference in Philadelphia on April 27, 2012, followed by keynote speaker, political economist, Gar Alperovitz.

The Economic Collapse Teach-in encompases upon some of the most highly controversial an crucial subjects of our day—the collapsing economy, the Federal Reserve, the Banks, Wall Street, financial fraud, foreclosures, homelessness, unemployment, workers rights, unions, trade agreements, etc. We scour the world to find and gather debates and presentations that are extremely informative and educational. Related subjects are also discussed. It provides key information for the uninitiated and the initiated alike.


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