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The Grip of Death A Study of Modern Money, Debt Slavery and Destructive Economics

By: Michael Rowbotham
344 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Jon Carpenter
The Grip of Death
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Lucid and original study of money in the modern age. 'Essential reading for social and environmental reformers. It fills a major gap in accepted theory... Rowbotham's work places him on a par with the social reforming economists E.F.Schumacher and Henry George.' The Ecologist

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By: Michael Rowbotham
344 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Jon Carpenter
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