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Future Money Reviews and Other Coverage

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James Bruges - letter to The Guardian.

Jeremy Williams - Make Wealth History.

Martin Stott - Town and Country Planning.

Tony Vickers - Introduction and Review on LandValueScape.

Simon Thorpe - Simon Thorpe's ideas.

Graham Barnes - FEASTA website.

Richard Lemmer - Greenhouse website.

Comments in School of Economic Science forum.

Mark Braund - Renegade Economist website.

A conversation with Almantas Samalavicius - Eurozine website. See also Lithuanian article below.

Brian Leslie - Sustainable Economics newsletter.

Conall Boyle - Citizen's Income Newsletter (click on Review essay link on left-hand navigation bar).

Elizabeth Haigh - Rathbone Greenbank.

Fred Harrison - International Union for Land Value Taxation newsletter - Summer 2012 (p.4). See also pdf of review.

Comment by Wendell Fitzgerald (p.10) - International Union for Land Value Taxation newsletter - 4th quarter 2012.

Desmond Berghofer - two posts on his Grandparents for the Future blog: Economics: Reform of the Money System and Economics: Fixing a Broken System.

Pat Conaty - Resurgence.

David Broman - Le Club (pdf). Also article in Le Jeudi.

Almantas Samalavicius - article in Lithuanian - delfi.lt.

John Maclean - Industrial Worker newspaper (USA), April 2013  

John Rattray - New European, Spring 2013 (pp.33-34).

 

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