Rebuilding the World through Federalism and Land Distribution by Edward Benjamin
Plan for the Elimination of Poverty

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This book is a wake-up call for everyone to stand up against poverty in the world. Poverty can be eliminated, if not kept in check effectively. To achieve real development, the people must see his interest and made to realize that he is the master of his country's development, so that government can go ahead in uniting all the people's effort and contribution. They will in return receive a significant part of the national heritage for life and a share in the national income as part of his right. To satisfy everyone, to get the economy moving, any country that is putting this plan in action will need to build between two hundred and five hundred new cities to shelter the new generation. This means demand for all household items, construction materials, utilities, and communication articles are going to be huge to try to pin a tab on such undertaking. We should not delay to put this plan in motion, before those multinational monopolizers expropriate the masses by grabbing resources all over the world.
 

About Edward Benjamin

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Edward Benjamin grew up in a world full of confusions and political turmoil. Before he has completed his own education, he was working as substitute teacher for many years in elementary school. Graduated in accounting, he became a businessman and industrialist. Became evolve in political opposition of his country government, end-up in exile. But all his life he was driven by the economic quaguemire of the third world, his country included. That makes him more determine to understand and seek solution to an ever present poverty around him and was determine to find a solution. After many years of research and analysis, he comes out with this book and the knowledge that poverty can be overcome. This is where he outlines a systematic plan for the elimination of poverty in the world. The principles of economics he find are more beneficial in a federation like of government. A system that avoids social, political or ideological confrontation between classes or religious affiliations. The way it should have been from the beginning of the world.
 
Published April 10, 2013 by BalboaPress. 110 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Nature & Wildlife, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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