Full list of videos of presentations
Letter to the participants of the UN Climate Conference’s COP26 regarding the monetary dimension of climate change
Monetary conference calls COP26’s attention to the connection between the monetary system and climate change
Our 17th Annual Conference
Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic our 17th Annual Conference will convene on Zoom again. We will gather on November 5 – 7 (Friday, Saturday & Sunday).
To accommodate international scheduling we will have two speakers on Friday starting 4 pm CT-US, followed by a social hour beginning around 8 pm.
Research paper by Sue Peters
To AMI monetary reformers,
Money is power, especially the power to wage war. Bob Poteat, former director of AMI and member of Veterans for Peace, spoke out to explain how private bank credit funds wars.
In March, 2019, I was given the AMI Robert Poteat Award to do original research on the topic “War drives Debt, and Debt drives War”. I was also asked to give the Bob Poteat Lecture on this research at the AMI Conference later that fall. I decided to focus on the relationship between the creation of the Federal Reserve System and World War I.
Please read. Share it with friends and neighbors. Use the knowledge I uncovered to motivate others to change the monetary system to a just government-issued money system.
Our 16th Annual Conference.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic we convened this year’s confrence on Zoom.
We gathered on November 14 and 15 (Saturday & Sunday), from 9:00 am till 7:30 pm CST.
To enable some socializing we had Good Luck Happy Hour on Friday the 13th from 6:00 till 8:00 pm.
Our 15th Annual Conference. Leading experts examine the current state of money in society today.
Our 14th Annual Conference. Leading monetary reformers examine Kucinich’s NEED Act, introduced into the 112th Congress.
Some of the tributes received from colleagues celebrating the life and work of our founding Director, Stephen Zarlenga (1941-2017).
Our 13th Annual Conference papers, speaker videos and presentation slides.