If you look at the big difference between rich and poor countries, it isn’t resource endowments or exceptionalism or anything else like that. It’s one thing: the effectiveness and stability of the political system over time.
Prioritizing Economics is Crippling the U.S. Economy
James Allworth

I will also suggest, that it is the ubiquity of sustainably priced credit, that has allowed the wealthy to create more wealth, while forcing the poor into the unsustainable debt of borrowing that newly created money at a much higher rate

If you will take a few moments to consider the effects of a rule to create global economic enfranchisement?

I suspect that by providing globally ubiquitous sustainably priced credit, the deciding factor in all endeavors will shift toward that of willing labor, which is core to democracy

Thanks for these observations, and for your kind indulgence

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