The Present: On The Brink Of Disaster
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As you know, Capitalism In Crisis focuses on the past,
The following comments, written specifically for the Spanish language edition of The New Depression, were written in early March 2013, sixteen months after the original manuscript was completed at the end of October 2011.
In The New De
On Tuesday July 17th I was invited to appear on Glenn Beck’s show. This came about because of my CNBC Squawk Box Europe interview the day before. Honestly, I was not sure about what kind of reception I would be given by Glenn, but I wan
Last week I was in London to promote The New Depression: The Breakdown Of The Paper Money Economy. The week began at 7:30 Monday morning on Squawk Box Europe. Please find the link below. I was told this clip was the most watched segment tha
The agreement reached to raise the US government debt ceiling may mark the beginning of the kind of “deer in the headlights” policy freeze described in the last chapter of The Dollar Crisis. If that agreement is fully implemented, this
A milestone on the road to economic ruin was reached last week. Total Foreign Exchange Reserves topped $10 trillion. That means central banks have created the equivalent of $10 trillion of fiat money that they have used to buy the currenci
Preface to the 2011 Edition of The Corruption of Capitalism
[Now available on Kindle and NOOK]
From the early 1980s, debt-fuelled consumption in the United States drove global economic growth and facilitated the spread of globalization.
The following interview was published in THE EDGE SINGAPORE on May 30, 2011
By ASSIF SHAMEEN
Richard Duncan, author of the seminal The Dollar Crisis: Causes, Consequences, Cures, an international bestseller that predicted the recent
The single most important thing to understand about economics in the age of paper money is that credit growth drives economic growth. Before the breakdown of the Bretton Woods international monetary system in 1971, there was a difference b