Roads & Bridges Without Taxing and Borrowing

Author: Gregory K. Soderberg


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'Roads & Bridges Without Taxing or Borrowing' explains the root cause of America's economic problems; the resulting deceit, corruption, injustices, ever rising costs of living, loss of purchasing power, the inability of most Americans to work, save and take care of themselves and the SOLUTION.

It teaches with the aid of factual sources and historical references how special interests, over 141 years, switched America's money from a debt free

evidence-of-wealth we OWNED to an evidence-of-indebtedness we OWE. You'll learn how an American monetary principal once enabled us to buy, sell and save without having to be in debt. This allowed us to be economically free. This principal of a debt-free medium of exchange was in the intent

and spirit of America's Freedom foundation. 'Roads & Bridges Without Taxing or Borrowing' describes where American monetary policy was, were it is and where it must go to restore American prosperity, freedom, justice and independence. Included, is the road back to a debt-free medium of exchange presented clearly and simply. The plan, in just six pages and fourteen easy to understand sections and in legislative form, is titled the American Transportation Act.

Gregory K. Soderberg, was born in America Feb. 14, 1951 in Austin, Minnesota where he grew up and went to school. He enlisted in the USMC serving actively from 1970-71 in the Combined Action Program in Viet Nam, 3rd MAF, 2nd CAG, CAP 2-7-10. He was Honorably discharged and is a Purple Heart recipient. Gregory attended college, as an art major and studied philosophy, English literature and psychology and has been a marketing consultant for 40+ years. He is an artist, outdoorsman, conservationist; was Candidate for Minnesota Lt. Governor in 2006 & 2010 and for six years co-hosted the Wealth Money Internet Radio Show. Gregory is author or co-author of several books on how creating all money as unpayable interest-bearing debt is involuntary servitude; its consequences and the principle that must be changed to restore Freedom, Justice, Prosperity and Independence to Americans. He's advocated for a return to a Debt Free medium of exchange since 1992.

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Pages: 86 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Business & Economics

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