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Which brings me to the second problem I’ve identified with Fitzgerald. He simply doesn’t understand that conventional business models are broken. The financial system is broken. It has been for decades, but it didn’t get fixed until 2008. And since then, we have seen a tide of paper money flowing out of Wall Street and into Main Street (although you won’t see this in the mainstream media).

The final part of my critique involves an important difference between David Friedman and Barry Eichengreen who wrote “Globalizing Capital: A History Of The International Monetary System, From The Gold Standard To The Global Bond Market.” These two authors represent two different schools of economic thought on current trends within both the U.S., Europe and China. While these books show that there is no shortage of disagreement about where things are headed in our global economy today, they do agree on one point: We know what needs to be done… or at least we should be able to tell what needs to be done based upon how economies work throughout history so far which means insights derived from lessons learned over centuries need to guide us when making decisions today!

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