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The Utopian Money

In the current crisis all politicians are advancing the availability of funds and the payment of debts as obstacle, while the citizens asking for costs and waste less for the State. But to take look at those that call costs they are actually measurements of the wealth produced and it seems illogical that a unit of measure would create a debt. This book is divided into five parts. After summarizing the history and functioning of the money in the first two parts, in the third the author addresses the fundamental issue: the legal definition of Professor Auriti, and proposes an extension applicable to the Utopian Money. The fourth part speaks about the Paul Grignon's Canadian money to solve the problem in the fifth part, with a very innovative proposal: a new form of global currency owned by the bearer, with no debt and self-issued by 7 billion of emitters with no central power to govern it. The author, an autodidact, describes and discloses his vision / proposal for the currency of the future.

The Utopian Country

A fundamental book to understand the real nature and function of the money. Any monetary reform will be uncompleted without the philosophic concept of the value of money and the discovery of the induced value by Giacinto Auriti in the 70's . Monetarism needs a different approach, which cannot be purely economic, but must be holistic, philosophic and juridical one. The professor of the University of Teramo studied 35 years the monetary problematic to arrive at the induced value of the money and explain why cannot be issue by a private bank. Finally Professor Auriti completed the analysis about money, pointing out the difference between the symbol of the money, which has been privatised by the bank system, and the real value of money, which belong to the citizens. In the meantime professor Auriti has complained at the Italian Tribunal against the Bark of Italy, for fraud, criminal association and many other crimes.

This is the translation of the original Auriti's book "Il paese dell'utopia"

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