Part 2 : Money’s creative destruction

CAN GOVERNMENTS KEEP FINANCING GIANT DEBT AND DEFICITS?

OR WILL THEY DESTROY THE WORLD’S FINANCIAL SYSTEM?

After the introduction of gold money in a major country, the situation further worsens in the big-government-high-tax Western world. There public debt keeps increasing without bounds, and issuing bonds is becoming difficult due to further drain of capital, savings, and talent. The drain goes to the gold countries, but also to the emerging economic powers China, India, Russia, and Brazil. After a failed attempt to cover deficits by increasing taxes, Western governments face a frightening choice: either cut public spending by half or escape from their debts by printing money and starting hyperinflation – thereby destroying the world’s financial system as we know it.
Professor Benson, and the social network created by his former student Mark Lomack are, once again, at the heart of breathtaking events when this crisis culminates.

Money’s Creative Destruction” is the second of four parts in the novel series The Way to Freedom, written by Carl Kyler. It brings to life heroic characters and aims to depict a world freed of tough problems that have plagued the last century.

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The Way to Freedom, Part 2

The Way to Freedom, Part 2

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

1. The hunters and the hunted
2. Too few to feed too many
3. From virtual connection to physical affection
4. From ivory tower to global power
5. Superficial lies and profound feelings
6. Bonds without buyers
7. Evil beyond redemption
8. Submit to force or file for divorce
9. Taxes without taxpayers
10. Eastern sunrise western sunset
11. Noble ends and filthy means
12. Powerless power politics
13. Public servant or public enemy
14. The failure of the infallible
15. Words as weapons guns as arguments
16. Reason seals the end of treason
17. The triumph of Right over Might
18. The limit of unlimited democracy
19. Beyond the point of no return
20. The race against reality