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Benjamin Franklin, Carey's original sponsor, was a preeminent spokesman for the political economy Carey came to espouse.

Ben Franklin on the Issue of Credit

By Nancy Spannaus Jan. 17, 2019—Some words of wisdom from our philosopher-founder Benjamin Franklin are surely appropriate in these times, and his 313th birthday—to be celebrated today—is a good time to pay them heed.  Old Ben is known for shaping many aspects of our fight for independence, but one area […]

by January 17, 2019 Commentary, History
Public Citizen's Lori Wallach

Public Citizen’s Lori Wallach: Time to Force a New NAFTA

Aug. 11, 2018–Lori Wallach, the Director of Global Trade Watch, a division of Public Citizen, addressed a very attentive and engaged meeting of citizens from the District, Maryland, and Virginia at Cleveland Park Library on August 9.  Wallach was joined by macro-economist Alphecca Muttardy in the dialogue with approximately 35 […]

by August 11, 2018 News
A Chinese electronics factory, one of the targets of the new Trump tariffs.

The Tariff Debate: It’s U.S. Credit Policy That Must Change!

By Nancy Spannaus June 25, 2018—In his Report on the Subject of Manufactures, and elsewhere, American System founder Alexander Hamilton made it clear that the government’s responsibility in this area should be to foster technological advances and adequate supply in the industries crucial to the nation’s national defense and general […]

by June 25, 2018 Commentary
Rep. Kaptur Holds Hearing to Document NAFTA Disaster

Rep. Kaptur Holds Hearing to Document NAFTA Disaster

Aug. 4, 2017—Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), the chief Congressional campaigner for the reinstatement of Glass-Steagall banking separation (H.R. 790, the Return to Prudent Banking Act), held a hearing in her district Aug. 3, to send a message to President Trump: NAFTA must be completely reworked, because its enactment has devastated […]

by August 4, 2017 News