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Show Me the Money! #26 by Tony Hunnicutt

Show Me the Money! #26

by Tony Hunnicutt

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"SMT$ is a highly under-appreciated gem in the zine world. It's a zine dedicated to increased awareness to the mechanics of economics, and the way they relate authoritarianism, and individual rights! If that sounds complicated, it's really not--it really just means an honest look at how money influences the world around us. That's refreshing since most of the information available is created by CEOs, dictators, and politicians - reflecting their needs, not ours!This issue: You say plotocracy, I say kleptocracy, The amazing parallels between 1929 and 2008, Welfare Then & Now, The Rise & Fall of the Friendly Societies, Fun Facts, Tidbits, Poems, and Reviews!"
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