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Into the Open Economy

Colin R. Turner

Publisher: Colin R. Turner

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Summary

A WORLD WITHOUT MONEY - 
No longer a futurist utopian dream, a money-free world of true abundance, peace and fulfillment is attainable today. 
Find out why we need it, 
how it will work, why it will work, and how we get there. 
This book is your bite-size guide to the Open Economy. 
 
"Short, clear, concise, to the point, what's amazing with this book is that it tackles difficult social issues which the best human minds have been struggling with through history and exposes in about 100 pages a solution so simple, humane and intuitive that anybody can grasp it. "

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