Public Banking Institute: When pandemics changed history with Richard Wolff and Ellen Brown

History tells us that pandemics precede radical shifts in society and economic systems. The Black Death, for example, was the beginning of the end of feudalism. Professor Richard Wolff joins Ellen Brown on PBI LIVE to lend his insights on those big historical breaks and consider what seismic changes we might expect following this current global pandemic. How might public banks be involved?

Watch this webinar on the Public Banking Institute's YouTube channel.

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  • Pasqual DiGesu
    commented 2020-12-28 08:26:54 -0500
    Provided the banks don’t go as far as to risk the middle class savings accounts (Reagan de-reg. leading to Savings and Loans) to accomplish their task or allow government to start tapping social security (Bush attempt to privatize 2006) and private pension funds (lost in financial scandals since 2000) . The bulk of the necessary cash should come from billions and millions of taxed new annual income before it guts middle class securities,,,,, again.
  • Richard Wolff
    published this page in Updates 2020-12-21 06:51:49 -0500