How to solve the world's banking crisis - Part 2

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This is the second of a two-part series.

IN Part 1 I explained how the world's economies become over-reliant upon debt-based money. That is money which gets lent into circulation when people borrow. When repaid, it goes out of circulation. This can lead to a shortage of money.

Reportedly, by 2004, 97% or more of all money in circulation in some of the advanced economies was debt-based money.

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