the Flap --
Did you ever
feel like the little kid in the back of the room? You know the answer,
keep waving your hand, but nobody ever calls on you.
People are angry
with politics-as-usual. They are tired of worthless political promises
and weary of endless discussions and debates over the color of a fresh
coat of paint to hide Americaís problems. They want intelligent
action and they want it now.
What they urgently
need is a detailed plan, a simple strategy to attack a multitude of
troubles ó perhaps the one in this book.
Swamp offers a new theory of money with specific proposals for
replacing the nationís outdated monetary and tax policies, all
designed to benefit you. This plan calls for general prosperity
without sacrifice, not some complex redistribution scheme contrived as
patronage for Washington power brokers and special interests. Best of
all, it is written in plain language, not legalese.
If you want to be
part of the crusade to fix the nationís problems, you need this
information. It sets a new course toward the American dream, toward a
richer life for you and your family. This new direction for the Ship
of State promises to double your standard of living within one
About the Author --
Dr. Harvey F.
Barnard writes about money but is not an economist, about banking but
is not a banker, about law but is not a lawyer, about morality but is
not a minister, about history but is not a historian, about society
but is not a sociologist, and about politics but is not a politician.
He begin his career as a systems troubleshooter, the person you call
to "fix it" when itís broke. For the last thirty years he
has worked as a technical consultant teaching large system
troubleshooting techniques to a variety of clients. His search for a
root cause and the solutions to Americaís problems started in the
late 60s. A professor at Louisiana State University casually remarked
in one of his lectures that some social and economic problems could be
analyzed and solved with the same tools and techniques used to solve
industrial problems. That observation launched a personal project that
became a crusade, driven by the challenge to just do it.
Dr. Harvey F. Barnard