If Obama is fired tomorrow, and FDR's Glass Steagall enacted the next day, this fall we could break ground on NAWAPA. What are the implications? What does this mean for our unemployed today? What does this mean for the next 50 years?
After using Fermat's discovery of least-time to express the difference between monetarism and a credit system, Jason Ross offers brief remarks on the dynamics of biological evolution, and engages in a discussion on the NAWAPA program and economic policy-making.
Final presentation of the LPAC NAWAPA Conference in Kennewick, WA. The panel includes Michael Kirsch, LPAC Basement Team Member; Hal Cooper, American Rail Engineer; Terry Bates, Industrial Project Manager and David Christie LPAC Organizer.