Roger C. Elletson, Money: A Medium of Power (1998)
PARAPOMETRICS®-Journal of the International Parapometrics Institute
The task of GTU Press is to provide whatever publications are called for by the University's courses and curricula. In providing these materials GTU Press bears the responsibility of publishing many works that have been deliberately ignored under the nation's current educational regime because they might in some direct or indirect way have exposed the role and agendas of the Money Power.
The core publications to be published by GTU Press are the seminal works of Roger C. Elletson, the University's Founder and Chancellor. These works are identified under Pending Publications below. The first works formally published are:
Review: Money: A Medium of Power. By Roger C. Elletson. Jackson, WY: Grand Teton University Press, 1998. 292 pp. $26.00. To order this book directly from GTU Press by check, click here.
JAMES L. GREEN is Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Georgia. He served on the faculties of the Universities of Idaho and Minnesota, Southern Methodist University, and the Institute of Technology of the United States Air Force. He served as a business and economic consultant, and as an economic and financial advisor to the Minister of Finance, Columbia, South America.
MY ASSOCIATION with Roger Elletson has been tempered with humor, with frustration and sharp intellectual discord. With a first and cursory reading of an early manuscript, I took umbrage at Elletson's dismissal of economic doctrine as pseudology. After all, I had spent my adult life teaching economics at the university level from Economics 101 to Doctoral seminars. I spent years consulting with business and governments researching and applying economic discipline to an extraordinary range and variety of problems. In truth, economics is my life.
With this said, it took studied perseverance for me to gain insight to Elletson's thesis. Elletson disparages the classical notion of the neutrality of money in the framework of exchange. He dismantles traditional economic theory in such areas as the allocation of resources, their combination and intensity of utilization in the production process and the subsequent distribution of income and wealth created. In his alternative paradigm, Elletson shows that money is a medium of power rather than exchange and establishes the MONEY POWER as the prime economic mover governing the economic function.
By one definition, economics is "The Study of Money." This in itself tells the reader that Elletson's MONEY is a critique of economic doctrine. Economics underpins and interprets the most basic aspects of human existence. In essence, economics is the Mother Science. Instead of viewing money as a neutral facilitator of exchange, money becomes the catalyst, the fuel and the lubrication of the organic economic paradigm. Yet, as Elletson makes clear, money is almost totally misunderstood by the millions who work, save, spend and invest. The social significance of money goes far beyond its function as a medium of exchange. This is Elletson's thesis, as he offers us a new and broadened paradigm of money as a medium of power.
Elletson provides an excellent critique of the view of traditional economics that money is a medium of exchange. This age-old classical paradigm no longer encompasses today's economic reality. However, Elletson acknowledges that while the classical paradigm is filled with anomalies, it retains basic analytical attributes. His stated purpose is to develop and offer a modern update-a paradigm that establishes money primarily as a medium of power and only secondarily as a medium of exchange. In developing this new paradigm, Elletson coins the term Parapometrics to describe the science of power and provide the conceptual foundation for viewing money as a medium of power. With the revelations of the power-paradigm of monetary understanding, the study of economics (money) becomes less of a pseudology. Economics is harnessed instead to accurately describe the realities of money as a instrument of power that can be mobilized as an integral and operative aspect in implementing organically regenerative economic policies and performance, rather than being controlled to attain the agendas of the Money Power.
The power of bankers to create money (credit) out of nothing through bookkeeping entries leads Elletson deep into the lore of banks and banking. His incisive delineation of the money creation process includes an enlightening excursion into usury and interest, the money supply and the concepts of primary and secondary debt. He clearly pinpoints usury as the engine of inflation and discusses forthrightly the debt money system, inflation and the "debt-generator" that causes prices to rise independently of the money supply.
Elletson writes extensively on the functions of money and on what he terms, in a generic sense, a regenerative economic process. He describes the foundations of an organic monetary system designed to maximize the wealth and living standards of all economic participants while enhancing the regeneration of both economic resources and the production and distribution processes involved in the generation of real wealth.
In describing an organic monetary system Elletson suggests balancing the quantity of money with technological advances and market growth. He advocates price stability and wealth accumulation by individuals to enhance the well-being of all.
Money is as common as salt throughout global markets. At a young age, individuals learn the power of money to satisfy needs. People spend the best part of their lives in the quest for money. Money also builds empires and civilizations. Many household names in America-Rockefeller, Ford, DuPont, Perot, Gates, et al, establish the power of money to meet economic, social and political needs while building our great nation. This is a given.
Any review of Elletson's work must purview the competence and scope of his scholarship. His meshing of the several social sciences as part and parcel of the all-encompassing money question is masterfully accomplished in his theoretical framework and in his critique, in my terms, of "The Way the World Works." I find no fault in his research or his methodology. I do reserve judgment regarding how the money question can best be solved in his organic economy. This clarification can come in later publications which we can be sure will follow.
Elletson dedicates his work "To pragmatism in the Western Academy, and in the emerging global economy." Within the context of his critique, Elletson dismantles the disingenuous arguments supporting the debt-based money/credit system, commercial banking, central banks, international finance, global trade and economic development. Throughout his dissertation, the MONEY POWER is seen as the moving force.
In developing his paradigm, Elletson challenges academic scholars as well as more pragmatic business executives to grasp the tenuous underpinnings of debt-based credit and the ravages imposed by usury. Pragmatism will most surely lead, guide and transform money as a measure of value from a manipulated, debt-based creation, to an organic measure with stability.
This is a scholarly work, well researched and impeccably written. Elletson's study is compelling for academic scholars and business and political readers alike. Academicians should welcome and respond to Elletson's challenge. Elletson adeptly harmonizes the theoretical with the pragmatic. Business and political leaders will quickly grasp how the power of money contributes to global economic relationships and performance. They will necessarily exercise leadership as monetary and economic market forces join hands in a dynamic global economy.
THIS IS A CHALLENGING READ.
Money: A Medium of Power. By Roger C. Elletson. Jackson, WY: Grand Teton University Press, 1998. 292 pp. $26.00.
Review by R.D. Distelhorst
R.D. Distelhorst is a Monetary Scholar
IF YOU HAVE EVER wondered where the real power is in this world, this is a must read book for you. It should be required reading in every economics and government classroom. The power of debt money and its implications in all areas of our society is well explained and copiously documented and footnoted. Since we all depend on money to live in this world, we should all understand where it comes from and who benefits and who loses. Take the time to read Money: A Medium of Power and you'll understand, perhaps for the first time, why the debts of our country and the entire world constantly grow larger, plus you will learn what can be done to reverse the process.
As you read, it becomes apparent that debt-money, which is what all money in the world now is, creates its own inflation and why all banking institutions are in a never ending race to create more and more debt. You'll also learn why an inability to create more debt inevitably leads to inflation. The current crisis in Asia and the accompanying concerns about deflation are a good example.
You will also learn the difference between primary and secondary debt, why any interest charge on primary debt is usurious. The unbelievable power of compound interest on primary debt and why this causes a perpetual deficiency in purchasing power is well explained. Once again, you can see the results of a deficiency of purchasing power in the current Asian crisis.
After reading Money: A Medium of Power you will, perhaps for the first time, see clearly the overwhelming power and control held by a privately owned banking system with the power to create and control the money supply of our nation and the world. You will also learn why it is imperative that our nation change to what the author calls an "organic" monetary system. Our Founding Fathers led the way. Article I, Section 8, Clause 5 of the United States Constitution states that Congress shall have the power "to coin money and regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin." Our own Constitution points the way, and this book provides the detailed road map on why we should go that direction and how to get there. If you care about the future of your children and grandchildren, and the future of this great country, read this book. The way to a better world and a better life for all is inside its covers.
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Money: A Medium of Power - Excerpts from Selective Chapters
Today, the world stands at another turning point in history, the threshold of a new age. This turning point, however, will be the most significant that the world has ever addressed, or ever will address. Not only does it mark the transition from the industrial to the information age, it marks, as well, the beginning of the epochal transformation of jurisprudential sovereignty_the end of the millennial foundations of preorganic law and the transformation to the jurisprudential foundations of organic law.
The study of money traditionally falls under the general umbrella of economics and is typically addressed with the study of the banking system. Any shortcomings in the academic treatment of money, therefore, must reflect as well on the intellectual integrity of the entire social science of economics.
Traditional discussions on the subject of money explicitly or implicitly assume that money is a medium of exchange. Like few other concepts in history, this concept has faithfully served to deceive the world and must rank as one of the greatest propaganda achievements of all time.
Parapometrics and organic law reveal money as a medium of power-a medium of allocation, appropriation and control. This simple revelation transcends all acknowledged monetary understanding thus far in history. Its insights must transform the economic, philosophical, theological and jurisprudential foundations of the Western World. But before one can discern and appreciate those insights, one must go through the difficult process of paradigm transformation.
All human understanding requires a grasp of the power parameters of money; this is the essence of wisdom in the biblical sense of the word. The task of comprehending the realities and ramifications of money is not easy. Its rewards and insights, however, are unparalleled in their illumination and theological in their expanse.
The first step in laying an appropriate foundation to understand the power parameters of money is to analyze the conceptual essence of money and how money is actually controlled. The parapometric essence of money is not difficult to grasp. What requires some thought, however, is plowing through the layers of propaganda that conceal the essence of money. As history so eloquently testifies, prior to the creations of organic, parasitic and parapometric law, any fruitful study of the realities and power of money was an extremely difficult task.
The Primary and Secondary Functions of Money
On commencing the study of money, the basic question to be asked is: What is money? It is a debt, payable on demand, owed by a national sovereign to the holder. In the final analysis, it is a legal concept-an idea.
What are the functions of money? The traditionally recognized functions of money are those of a medium of exchange, a unit of account and a store or measure of value. Parapometrics, however, shows these to be the secondary rather than the primary functions of money and shows, as well, that whatever insights these secondary functions convey, their main objective is to deflect academic scrutiny away from any consideration of the monetary power and agendas of the international banking establishment. In reality, the primary function of money is that of a medium of power: more specifically, a medium of allocation, appropriation, and control.
There was a time, not that long ago, when the world was believed to be flat and that view was endorsed by the highest civil and religious authorities of the Western World. Today, Western Man can only look back and marvel that his forebears could ever have been so misinformed on a matter that today is so patently obvious-the world is round. Precisely the same level of ignorance, however, applies to Western Man today with the concept and realities of money. And while the religious potentates of the past had the vested interests to perpetuate the ignorance of their eras, today the perpetrators of that crime are the propagandists of the Money Power. Future generations will marvel that Western Man could reach the third millennium still tethered to the belief that money is a medium of exchange.
Money is a medium of power. The ramifications of monetary power implicitly or explicitly reverberate through every aspect of productive endeavor, every form of political structure, every facet of philosophy and every expression of theology. The paradigm transformation from the exchange to the power paradigm of monetary understanding is thus the indispensable prerequisite for all understanding.
Monetary law and international trade are the backbone of international financial power. Each supplements the other. The debt-money laws of usury take their toll by compounding both the domestic and foreign debts of nations, thereby impoverishing the middle and laboring classes and co-opting the power of law to allow the rich to get ever richer. Maximized foreign trade and complementary treaties distort the organically regenerative production and distribution of real wealth. Foreign exchange rates, the directions of trade and the size of trade deficits or surpluses are manipulated to enhance the profits and power of international finance.
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PARAPOMETRICS® IS THE JOURNAL of the International Parapometrics Institute of Grand Teton University. This is a seminal publication. It marks a groundbreaking transformation in the foundations of scholarly discourse.
The etymology of Parapometrics
The first task of the reader will be to confront and assimilate a new concept and a new word; the concept of power and the word Parapometrics, a word used both as the title of this journal and in the context of the Parapometrics methodology, the science of power. Some background on the formulation and etymology of Parapometrics is thus in order.
The realization that money is a medium of power rather than exchange
Parapometrics was born of necessity. It was conceived to provide the conceptual tool necessary for the resolution of the money and civilization questions, a task that required the formulation of a completely new paradigm through which to analyze the concepts and data addressed by the traditional paradigm of economics. And central to the new paradigm had to be the revelation that money is a medium of power rather than exchange. Power, therefore, had to provide the axis around which the new paradigm revolved. This new paradigm also needed to transform the study of power, from being an arcane political art always carefully concealed from the profane, into an openly acknowledged, and quantifiable science. It had to be conceptually all-encompassing as well, capable of describing every facet of power covered in the full spectrum of traditional academic disciplines. The word Parapometrics was formulated to meet this requirement.
The syllabic formulation of Parapometrics follows that of econometrics, its counterpart in economics defined as "the application of statistical methods to the study of economic data and problems." Parapometrics thus shares the same stem, "metrics," with econometrics. This signifies that the study of power also involves the "art, process or science of measuring" and is an effective analytical tool under the accepted principles of the scientific methodology. The conceptual and practical scope of Parapometrics, however, transcends that of econometrics. To the insights of econometrics it infuses the revelations of power to allow the sophistries of economics to be transformed into the verities of Parapometrics.
Parapometrics measures the parameters of power embodied in the concepts and data of economics
Parapometrics measures the parameters of power embodied in the concepts and data of economics. It is distilled from the words "po(wer)" and "metrics." Rather than being "powermetrics," however, the second syllable of power was dropped for simplicity and cadence leaving "pometrics." The prefix "para" was then added to show that considerations of power stand alongside, that is to say, they parallel and accompany, and are closely and inextricably related to traditional intellectual disciplines and academic paradigms, particularly those of economics and econometrics. The result was the creation of the completed word "Parapometrics," formulated to signify the science of power and used as the name of this journal.
PARAPOMETRICS® has been launched to provide a voice for the seminal revelations of organic law and the Parapometrics methodology, the science of power. This journal will supply an important instrument in leading what will certainly prove to be one of the greatest intellectual transformations of all time-from the preorganic to the organic era of human understanding and history. And you, the reader, will be the most influential part of this transformation.
The Parapometrics methodology was forged in the intellectual crucible of power
The Parapometrics methodology was conceived at the close of the second millennium in the intellectual chaos of the bankrupt social science paradigms of the Western Academy. It was illumined with the revelations of organic law and forged in the intellectual crucible of power. While the revelations of Parapometrics will revolutionize every social science and transform such traditional academic disciplines as philosophy, theology and law, it is economics, the creation of the Money Power and the self-serving pseudology of international finance, that must be the first casualty.
Economics obscures the predatory effects of usury and deflects academic scrutiny away from any appreciation of the clandestine agendas of international finance
Economics provides the conceptual facade required to nurture and legitimize the myth that money is a medium of exchange. It is economics that supplies the intellectual veneer to conceal the fact that money is a medium of power and mask the realities of international trade as a tool to attain the global objectives of the Money Power. It is economics that obscures the predatory effects of usury and deflects academic scrutiny away from any appreciation of the clandestine agendas of international finance. And it is the dereliction of the Western Academy's duty to address these fundamental aspects of economics that has festered over time, discredited the entire discipline of economics, and brought the foundations of American and Western higher education to a point of crisis that reflects the crisis of Western Civilization itself.
The crisis of American and Western higher education reflects the crisis of Western Civilization itself
In recent decades this crisis has escalated and left the American and Western Academies profoundly compromised. It is a crisis long in the making and ultimately spawned by the mandates of academic deceptionism imposed on the Western Academy by the Money Power through deceptive academic paradigms, primarily in the social sciences. It is a crisis reflected in the escalating deterioration of American higher education. It is a crisis produced by collapsing standards, a debased curriculum, trivialized research, and ideological commitments to anti-Westernism, anti-Christianism, multiculturalism and academic deceptionism. It is a crisis grounded in the myth that money is a medium of exchange and sustained by the pseudology of economics. It is a crisis whose source the mainstream academy has elected never to discuss. It is therefore the editorial policy of PARAPOMETRICS® to redress this crisis by providing a forum to discuss every aspect of the money and civilization questions, including the legal foundations and the pervasive effects of usury, and the role and agendas of the international Money Power.
American and Western higher education have been pressed into the service of the Money Power
American and Western higher education have been propelled into their degenerative predicament because they have been pressed into the service of the Money Power. Rather than being harnessed to further the quest for greater understanding in the social sciences, the institutions of higher education are being used instead to legitimize the hidden agendas of international finance. These agendas and their pernicious economic and social effects are subject areas that the existing academy refuses to address, in part because it has been deprived of the appropriate conceptual tools to accomplish the task, but also because its ideological allegiance has been quietly co-opted to serve the agendas of the Money Power.
The time has come for a paradigm transformation of economics and other social sciences
Today, the paradigms of economics and other social sciences have been reduced to the point where their analytical capabilities have been vastly overshadowed by their proliferating anomalies. In the established terminology of Western physical science, the time has come for a paradigm transformation that eliminates those anomalies. The Parapometrics methodology-the science of power-provides such a paradigm transformation, as do the attendant paradigms of organic and parasitic monetary law.
Identifying and rejecting the falsehoods infused into the traditional curriculum
Remedial action to confront the crisis of higher education must start by identifying and rejecting the falsehoods infused into the traditional curriculum. And nowhere is this misinformation more apparent than in the pseudology of economics. The facade of economics must be peeled back one layer at a time, to reveal the realities of money as a medium of power, and to expose the agendas of the Money Power. This is a task that can only be accomplished through the transcending revelations of the science of power and organic law.
It is the purpose of PARAPOMETRICS® to provide a voice for these revelations. It is the policy of PARAPOMETRICS® to embrace the finest aspects of Western scholarly traditions and couple them with the established analytical precision of the scientific methodology. This combination is the catalyst that will give expression to the intellectual and legal prerogatives of the new paradigms of social science being forged in the crucibles of power and organic law.
PARAPOMETRICS® proclaims the end of the preorganic and the beginning of the organic era of human history
The publication of PARAPOMETRICS® also proclaims the end of the preorganic and the beginning of the organic era of human history. It is the editorial policy of PARAPOMETRICS® to reject the fraudulent and bankrupt ideas of preorganic deceptionism and provide, instead, a forum and the conceptual tools to dissect and analyze those ideas and expose their duplicity. In providing this forum PARAPOMETRICS® extends a broad hospitality to those ideas supportive of the regeneration rather than the destruction of the United States and the nations of Western Civilization. It is a hospitality, however, given only to the prerequisite level of scholarship. It is a hospitality reserved for those ideas leavened with the insights of the power-paradigm of monetary awareness and the responsibilities of organic government and law. It is a hospitality saved for ideas graced with profound perception or illumined by the higher reaches of the Western Soul. It is a hospitality to be savored by the intellectual vanguard of organic theology and law, those proclaiming the end of the preorganic and the beginning of the organic era of human history.
The responsibility of Western Man to confront the intellectual foundations of the Money Power
Should Western Man abdicate his responsibility to confront the intellectual foundations of the Money Power at this time of crisis, then he will pass into the oblivion of history with the full knowledge that whatever the faults and conduct of his enemies, it is he alone who ultimately abandoned the responsibilities of disciplined thought required to sustain truth and enforce the principles of organic government and law. It will be he alone who will deserve the condemnation of time and the censure and contempt of an unforgiving history.
The third millennium will witness the end of the age of pseudology and the passing of the power structure of international finance
Many of you may balk at the seminal revelations of organic law and the paradigm of power. You might react with apprehension at the devastating implications these insights hold for your traditional ideas and entrenched preconceptions. You might shudder at the inevitable fate that must befall the political, economic, educational and religious institutions that your traditional ideas sustain. Others of you will welcome these revelations. You will embrace their insights and accept their responsibilities. You will feel a great sense of relief in knowing that the third millennium will witness the end of the age of pseudology and the passing of the power structure of international finance. You will rejoice that the third millennium heralds the end of the preorganic and the beginning of the organic era of human history. It is to you others that PARAPOMETRICS® is dedicated. You are the intellectual vanguard of the third millennium. I invite you to share this vision.
Roger C. Elletson, Editor
IT IS WITH EXCITEMENT, a feeling of gratitude, and a sense of privilege that I publish the first issue of PARAPOMETRICS®.
The dawn of the New Enlightenment of organic philosophy, theology and law
At the start of the third millennium I see the world at the crossroads of history and the dawn of the New Enlightenment of organic philosophy, theology and law. I feel a heightened sense of anticipation knowing that PARAPOMETRICS® will provide a fresh and contemporary voice for the New Intelligentsia of the Western World and a global forum for the exchange of seminal and transcending levels of intellect, ideas, philosophy and law. In order to properly participate in this New Enlightenment it is important for readers to appreciate the significance of the developments of Parapometrics and organic law.
The idea that money is a medium of exchange has provided the conceptual foundation for the pseudology of economics and must rank as one of the greatest propaganda achievements of all time
Since the dawn of recorded history the exchange-paradigm of monetary understanding has provided the main conceptual pillar of support for the legal foundations and the entire intellectual superstructure of international financial propaganda and power. In more recent times the exchange-paradigm of money has provided the conceptual foundation for the pseudology of economics. The Money Power's ability to foist upon an unsuspecting humanity the idea that money is a medium of exchange must rank as one of the greatest propaganda achievements of all time.
The creations of Parapometrics and organic law have unmasked the realities of money as a medium of power-a medium of allocation, appropriation and control-and allowed the phalanx of propaganda and misinformation concealed behind the exchange-paradigm of money to first be penetrated, then transcended, and finally supplanted. It is only the simple but profound insight that money is a medium of power rather than exchange that enabled the resolution of the money and civilization questions that had perplexed mankind for millenniums. It is only the advent of the power-paradigm of monetary understanding that has provided the conceptual foundation for the inevitable, organic transformation of all law. It is the task of PARAPOMETRICS® to assist its readers in grasping the enormity of these developments and to aid them in making the perceptual transition to the foundations of organic understanding and law.
The ideational conversion to the paradigms of power and organic law provides a unique instance of a classical paradigm transformation
The ideational conversion required to advance from the preorganic intellectual paradigms of the traditional academy to the paradigms of power and organic law provides a unique instance of a classical paradigm transformation. Its effects are not limited to a particular academic discipline or area of intellectual inquiry. They resonate, instead, across the entire spectrum of human understanding. It is a transformation that requires not only a prerequisite intellectual foundation, but one that also demands an extended period of assimilation. The attributes of study, patience and reflection will thus stand the reader in good stead and aid in his or her development toward a higher level of comprehension and awareness.
As PARAPOMETRICS® leads the Western World on its greatest journey, from its dependence on preorganic law to its foundations of organic law, it is important to recognize those who have contributed, however modestly, in bringing the world to this great turning point. They can be considered the harbingers of this monumental transformation. And Charles Lindbergh, Sr. and Louis McFadden were two such souls.
Three categories of essays appear in this issue
Three categories of essays appear in this issue. The first category introduces the historical, philosophical and legal foundations of the Parapometrics methodology, the science of power. These essays discuss the concept of paradigm transformations and show how the crisis of the Western Academy now makes it a perfect candidate for a paradigm transformation. The second category complements the first by giving practical examples of two great Americans intimately involved with the realities of money as a medium of power. These essays salute Charles Lindbergh, Sr. and Louis McFadden who not only wrestled with the academic dimensions of money but also confronted the Money Power in the trenches of electoral politics and the battlefronts of legislative agendas. The third category is a review essay. I authored the three essays in the first category on the Parapometrics methodology, and I am grateful to constitutional scholar, historian and lawyer John Remington Graham for authoring the two essays in the second category. In the third category, I am indebted to James Green, professor emeritus of economics, for reviewing my work Money: A Medium of Power.
The initial essays lay the intellectual foundations for the paradigm of power. They provide the conceptual tools that allow one to embrace a new and transformational paradigm. They should be studied and restudied until they are assimilated.
Two important contributors to the quests for monetary understanding and historical veritism
John Graham then pays tribute to Charles Lindbergh, Sr. and Louis McFadden. He draws on his many years as a student of money to acknowledge what the establishment has silenced and praise what it has condemned. In doing so he demonstrates the insights that flow from an appreciation of the power-paradigm rather than the exchange-paradigm of monetary understanding. He paints a compelling picture of two important contributors to the quests for monetary understanding and historical veritism. He reveals facts that mainstream historians would prefer to keep hidden. He has commenced the rehabilitation of two of our nation's finest sons.
Charles Lindbergh, Sr. and Louis McFadden were men of enormous moral stature who, despite the preorganic limitations of their monetary and economic understanding, nevertheless tackled these subjects with an eloquent candor and unyielding fortitude, never wavering in their commitment to truth and their pursuit of social justice. Both men dedicated their lives to public service. Their careers stand to this day as outstanding examples of those who held their elective office as a public trust. Where other politicians cowered in subservience to the dictates and agendas of the Money Power, Lindbergh and McFadden stood like sentinels, unflinching before the basest character assassinations and merciless media defamations that have condemned them ever since through an unforgiving silence and a sentence to historical oblivion.
Lindbergh and McFadden stood like sentinels, unflinching before the basest character assassinations and merciless media defamations
Through these tributes John Graham has given Lindbergh and McFadden an eloquent reprieve from an otherwise certain historical interment. Their political careers and contributions to understanding the realities of money and the machinations of the Money Power will now become required reading for all future generations of students of money, organic law and the science of power.
In his review of Money: A Medium of Power, James Green provides the reader with some balanced insights into the transformational nature of the power-paradigm of money and the role of the Money Power presented in this seminal work. Not only is Money: A Medium of Power essential reading for all scholars and students of money, it also provides the prerequisite foundation for a proper appreciation of the essays in PARAPOMETRICS®. James Green calls the work "a challenging read." John Graham believes that "it will be a classic work in coming years." But it is you, the reader, who will ultimately decide its destiny.
Roger C. Elletson
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