Listen to Richard C. Cook Live 11.15.08 on Monetary Reform

by Richard C. Cook
featured writer
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November 14, 2008

Tomorrow, Saturday, November 15, I will be part of an internet TV/radio presentation for the World Review program produced by George Butler and Charlotte Littlefield Brown out of Austin, Texas. The first segment will be at George Mason University from 2-4 p.m., where I will be speaking on the history of the U.S. monetary system and what a truly democratic currency would look like. The second will be from 8-10 p.m. from Buffalo Billiards, a restaurant in Washington, D.C., where I will discuss the recent citizens’ petition to the G20 for democratic monetary reforms. The access information is below.

From George:

George Mason University
Fairfax Campus 4400 University Dr., Fairfax, VA 22030
Science and Technology Building II Room 7
2pm ET Sat. Nov. 15, 2008

Dana Vogel
Office Manager
Economics Department
tel: 703-993-1130
fax: 703-993-1133

There will be two ways to view the broadcast, the pure address is:

The other way is to go to: and there will be a live broadcast button on that page.

Richard C. Cook is a former U.S. federal government analyst, whose career included service with the U.S. Civil Service Commission, the Food and Drug Administration, the Carter White House, NASA, and the U.S. Treasury Department. His articles on economics, politics, and space policy have appeared in numerous websites and print magazines. His book on monetary reform, entitled We Hold These Truths: The Hope of Monetary Reform, is published. He is the author of Challenger Revealed: An Insider’s Account of How the Reagan Administration Caused the Greatest Tragedy of the Space Age, called by one reviewer, “the most important spaceflight book of the last twenty years. His website is Comments or requests to be added to his mailing list or to purchase his special report on the 2008 election may be sent to


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