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Religion and Economics

Jews not only monopolized money-lending prior to the fourteenth century, when Christian prohibitions against usury broke down.  The dispersion of Jews throughout the know world, east and west, also gave them international advantages in global trade and finance because family

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The True Source of Power

Our political model, then, is only slightly different from Jefferson’s, who believed that the people themselves are the most honest and safe depository of the public interests, although not necessarily the most wise.  The electorate itself, in our model, is

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