The Day the Dollar Dies by Willard Cantelon

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Originally published in 1973, The Day the Dollar Dies was considered by some to be prophetic, and to many an impossibility. Thirty years later, however, it reads like today's headlines and digs deeply into the heart of today's financial crises around the world. Updated with new information that helps the reader see the financial storm that began developing over 35 years ago, and also understand what is behind the collaping financial system and what lies ahead for America and the world. This book reveals behind-the-secenes information that is based on careful research. Caution: The Day the Dollar Dies will profoundly affect the way you feel about the future of world economy.

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Willard Cantelon 1916-1999 was well recognized for his three books on global economics, The Day the Dollar Dies, New Money or None, and Money Master of the World, all published by Logos, which became Bridge-Logos. He also spent years lecturing at civic, university, and church gatherings. Cantelon's works were dominated by a fascination with the ancient biblical prophets, and conviction that their premonitory writings illuminated the dilemmas and crises of the modern age. Instead, he foresaw, in these ancient texts, and epoch foretold, of world unity and peace.
 

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Published August 1, 1979 by Bridge Logos Publishers. 180 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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