Monetary reform and the G20

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Monetary reform is one of the most sensitive of issues, as I know from blogging about it. It seems to bring out the very worst in those who believe it desirable but do not agree how to do it.

I do believe reform is desirable.

I have for a long time been a fan of James Robertson's position on this issue, so I welcome this paper he has reason explaining the importance of this issue for the forthcoming G20 meeting.

I have little doubt that it will not get on the agenda, but that's because as yet we're not willing to address the really big issues. We need to, soon.

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