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Monday, 01 December 2014 17:21

The Mike Bower Initiative

Written by The Clifford Hugh Douglas Institute
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In the past few months, Michael Bower from the United States has generously donated a significant amount of money in order to purchase author copies of Social Credit Economics and to have them mailed to various important individuals in the fields of politics, economics, and journalism. We have managed to send out about a dozen books so far. It costs about 30 CDN to obtain one book and to have it mailed internationally. Anyone who is interested in donating the necessary funds and/or would like to provide the names and addresses of individuals who they think should receive a copy, may do so through the donate button on this site and through the contact form: http://www.socred.org/contact.

In the immediate future we are intending, if sufficient financial support is forthcoming, to mail a copy of Social Credit Economics to Vladimir Putin and to Birgitta Jónsdóttir (Reform-minded Member of the Icelandic Parliament).

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