Post Tagged with: "Lawrence Freeman"

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 Review
Locust plague 2020

End Locust Plagues: Transform the Desert

( Proponents of the American System of Economics, from Alexander Hamilton through FDR, insisted upon investing in constantly improving technologies in order to improve productivity and conditions of life for the population. Indeed, FDR himself called for “greening the deserts” of Africa in the wake of the Second World War, […]

by February 20, 2020 Commentary, News
The first Bank of the United States was one of the instruments of public administration.

Nations Must Study Alexander Hamilton’s Principles of Political Economy

The following review of my book Hamilton Versus Wall Street appeared in the blog Africa and the World  on March 28, 2019. The blog is run by political-economic analyst for Africa Lawrence Freeman. The book is available through major online booksellers .–Nancy Spannaus   by Lawrence Freeman For those followers of […]

by March 28, 2019 News, Review
Francesco la Camera and Mamman Nuhu sign the agreement.

Lake Chad Project Advances FDR’s Vision for Africa

October 20, 2018—On October 16, a huge step forward was taken for the African continent, with the signing of an agreement between Italy and the Lake Chad Basin Commission to fund a feasibility study of the Transaqua water project. Francesco La Camera, director general of the Italian Environment ministry, and […]

by October 20, 2018 News Shorts
Nigerian President Buhari (center) with leaders of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (Lawrence Freeman)

Save Lake Chad with Transaqua: Nkrumah and FDR Would Concur

By Lawrence Freeman, April 24, 2018 In 1943, after having flown over the Sahara Desert on his way to a Casablanca conference with Winston Churchill, President Franklin Roosevelt remarked to his son Elliott, that with the recreation of a lake in the depressed flats in North Africa, “The Sahara would […]

by April 24, 2018 News