Articles by: americansystemnow

Radio Show to Feature Hamilton Versus Wall Street

Radio Show to Feature Hamilton Versus Wall Street

Oct. 2, 2020—A weekly radio show run by attorney Adam Levinson will feature a discussion of Nancy Spannaus’s book Hamilton Versus Wall Street: The Core Principles of the American System of Economics on Monday night, October 5. Levinson’s show airs on WSQF 94.5 in Key Biscayne, Florida at 7 PM […]

FDR speaks to the nation at his Inaugural

Nation at a Crossroads, Just like 1933

By Angela Vullo September 29, 2020–Ask yourself: Would our country exist today if Franklin Roosevelt had not been elected President? During his four terms, President Roosevelt was faced with two foes, one domestic and one foreign, with an ominous overlap between the two. In the same year that Roosevelt was […]

by October 1, 2020 1 comment Commentary, Infrastructure Bank
A funeral for a teen who committed suicide.

Death of a Generation?

By Angela Vullo “He never made a lot of money. His name was never in the paper. He’s not the finest character that ever lived.  But he’s a human being, and a terrible thing is happening to him. So attention must be paid. He’s not to be allowed to fall […]

by September 18, 2020 0 comments Commentary, Infrastructure Bank
FDR joins youth at a CCC camp.

FDR’s 1936 Acceptance Speech

Sept. 2, 2020—My reaction to watching most of the Democratic and Republican conventions can be summed up in one phrase: Wall Street is the winner. Neither party has taken on the reality of the economic and social collapse which the predatory Wall Street financial system has wrought, nor has it […]

by September 2, 2020 3 comments Commentary, History
The ceremony launching the assembling of the fusion reactor in France on July 29, 2020.

International Fusion Project Makes Progress

Aug. 7, 2020–Pursuing continuous technological breakthroughs, applying the science that will allow mankind to progress both economically and socially, has always been a key element of the American System of Economics, beginning with founder Alexander Hamilton. For that reason, I want to update my readers on the advances being made […]

by August 7, 2020 0 comments News, Nuclear Power
An abandoned factory in Detroit, Michigan.

Our Nation Is at Death’s Door

Will We Save It? By Angela Vullo July 24, 2020–With jobs, businesses, and people disappearing across the land, the threatening question before us is, will the United States itself meet that same fate? Even before COVID, our nation was at death’s door. Many reasons are cited as to the cause […]

Factory closures like these point to the real crisis behind the crisis.

Unmask Wall Street! Build Infrastructure!

By Angela Vullo July 9, 2020–Much has been hypothesized lately on the current crisis that faces our country.  With all the attention on COVID-19, the deeper underlying crisis has gotten buried.  It’s time to pull back the mask. Unmask Wall Street, and build infrastructure. What we will uncover is an […]

by July 9, 2020 1 comment Commentary, Infrastructure
The Watts Bar dam on the Tennessee River, built from 1939 to 1942, provided urgently needed electricity for the World War II effort. (TVA.org)

New Deal Credit Policies in Rural America

Increasing Productivity, Expanding Farm Output, Eliminating Poverty  By Stuart Rosenblatt July 5, 2020–As the nation confronts the expanding COVID-19 crisis and the collateral economic damage caused by the pandemic—the most severe economic crisis since the Great Depression—a consensus is emerging that any recovery effort include a commitment to employ millions […]

by July 5, 2020 1 comment History, Infrastructure
Albert Einstein playing his violin.

Creativity Is the True Source of Economic Wealth

A Book Review by Lawrence Freeman (The following book review is published with permission from Freeman’s blog Africa and the World where it appeared on June 26.  Patrick Kabanda, a native of Uganda, is an accomplished organist who also serves as what he describes as a “well-tempered non-economist,” consulting internationally on […]

by June 28, 2020 0 comments Review
Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy

George Floyd’s Murder Was the Trigger:

Lessons Still to Be Learned By Angela Vullo May 31, 2020–Those of us who never bought into the last 50-year economic shift into de-industrialization and financial speculation should not be shocked at the social unrest which has been unleashed in our country. The murder of George Floyd, a Minneapolis black […]

by June 1, 2020 0 comments Commentary, News