Manifesto for the Abolition of Interest-Slavery. Notify me.
Description From on, Feder studied Financial Politics and Economics on his own after developing a hostility towards wealthy bankers during World War I and wrote a 'Manifesto on Breaking the Shackles of Interest', Brechung der Zinsknechtchaft in This was soon followed by a 'task force' dedicated to those goals that demanded a nationalization of all banks and an abolition of interest. Feder proposes ideas and solutions to problems which not only affected Germany at the time but could apply to any nation today.
Originally published in , this translated Manifesto is a must read for anyone interested in history or economics. Rating details.
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