The Monetary Reforms
The main focus of the conference will be for researchers to describe and make the case for the kind of monetary
reforms advocated, presenting both the logical and historical basis for them, and the mechanics of implementing them.
Extensive question and answer periods and panel discussions can air doubts or concerns regarding the desirability of
the reforms and suggest refinements. Included will be discussions of research and thinking methodology.
Achieving the Reforms – What we can do now
Selected political, social and monetary activists will give the benefit of their experience in educating, raising public
awareness, organizing and motivating people and governmental bodies to influence public policy decisions.
Using the Reforms
Presentations on how a properly reconstituted money power within government will be effectively used to “promote the
general welfare”. These will focus on Infrastructure Programs particularly how to pay for the $2.2 trillion the
American Society of Civil Engineers tells us is needed to maintain our infrastructure over the next 5 years, through
monetary reform. Understand that we include the “human infrastructure” of Health Care and Education within
infrastructure! With proper monetary reform all these things become possible, including education and health, upgrading
America’s crumbling infrastructure, towards futuristic energy efficient, eco-friendly designs well within the reach of today’s
technology and economy. We can create hospitable, clean, cities of the future using 21st century solutions.