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Law and Justice - Rethinking Money: How New Currencies Turn Scarcity Into Prosperity
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As we saw from the Street Lawyer, Law & Justice (or rather, Law & Injustice) functions in an economic framework. Money is not what we may have thought it was. You will learn how we have built into our currency a dynamic that drives inequality, generates boom and bust and imposes scarcity in the midst of potential abundance. In addition, you will learn about the ways in which hundreds if not thousands of alternative currencies in use around the world have in fact cracked the artificial scarcity i

2/15/2013
When: 2/15/2013
1:00 PM
Where: Room 518
Contact: Arielle Schwartz

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