Disaster Socialism Needs Its Own Infrastructural Bank

If we lived in a rational economic system and we found ourselves with a great deal of infrastructural work to be done with a 24% unemployment rate, it wouldn’t take much imagination to hire the unemployed to fix roads and bridges. Not under capitalism! In this article, Ellen Brown argues that an infrastructural bank should be created to stimulate the real economy. She also cites Alexander Hamilton and FDR as promoting such a bank.

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