Ten Great Interviews with Ellen Brown

Aug 5, 2015. Always in high demand as an interview subject, PBI founder and noted public banking advocate Ellen Brown has given hundreds of interviews. If you are with the media and are interested in interviewing her, or other public banking experts, visit our interview contacts page here. In the meantime, here are ten memorable

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What Can Bolivia’s Nature Rights Teach Us about Economic Rights and Public Banks

Jun 27, 2015. In December 2010, the Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia passed a body of law called Ley de Derechos de la Madre Tierra, or Law of the Rights of Mother Earth. The law contained ten articles, premised on the definition of the earth as a “collective subject of public interest.” The earth, human

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Banking: A Tale of Two States

Jun 15, 2015. Powers Hannley’s slides showed that between 2005 and 2006 some $63B in assets left the balance sheets of banks operating in Arizona. Using Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC)-provided data, she discovered that in 2005 Arizona banks reported $80,451,000,000 ($80,451M) in assets. Of these $75,135M were held in nationally chartered (“Wall St.”) banks

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