When It Comes To Credit Markets. . . .

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    Karl Marx, in the original 1849 Communist Manifesto, the likely precursor of the Republican Social, Political, and Economic agenda(?) understood the centralization of credit to be in the wisest of public interests.

    Before him, mainly the Presbyterians were simply "free market(?)," credit market regulators, per Adam Smith.

    Peak Energy: Adam Smith On Usury

    Quotes of Adam Smith on credit are everywhere. In that agenda, no nappy-headed ho'meowners need apply(?). With the Republicans in office, guided by the Ivy League, and the laureates--even of poetry(?): It is clear that they did.

    It is widely known, of course, that Republicans have a problem with other people having private property. It is also now clear that they have no problem at all, with anyone at all, having abundant credit.

    So what do we learn from this(?)!

    "Stay out of School!" "You don't learn things like this in school." "You're Not Allowed to do math, even in economics class!" "You're most certainly not allowed to do math in Law school: That's for the divorice courts. exclusively!"

    Anyone notices that just like school: That law is not entirely inclusive!

    Anyone notices that the law is not even about social, political, or economic learning!

    Famous, "Auntie Mame," found Patrick a viable alternative to the prevailing norms in education. "Fish Family," for example, probably makes better sense.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (But you probably knew about that already!)
     
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