Slaves of Democracy: Financial Crisis or Fraud?


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Slaves of Democracy: Financial Crisis or Fraud?
by Frank De Bartolo

Slaves of Democracy: Financial Crisis or Fraud? provides a brief historical overview analyzing how the United States, the worlds model for democracy, morphed into the plutocracy we live in today.

A plutocracy, as De Bartolo explains, is a nation ruled by the wealthy, greedy, unscrupulous minority, who take control over of all capital and resources and, therefore, have absolute power over the economic and political systems.

Slaves of Democracy outlines how the economic policies of President Woodrow Wilson and the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 led to this tumultuous economic climate we live in today.

About the Author

Frank De Bartolo was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina and earned his associates degree in engineering from the University of Buenos Aires. Now retired and living with his wife in Elmont, New York, De Bartolo, father of two, is the president and founder of the Argentine/American Forum on Debt Inc.

(2010, paperback, 46 pages)