Author Woodrow Parker’s new Book “A Cure for Slavery” is a Provocative Indictment of Current Economic Structure and Policy in the United States

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Recent release “A Cure for Slavery- Problems and Fixes: Observations from the Bottom of the Pyramid and a Model for a New Economic System with a Nonprofit Central Bank” from Page Publishing author Woodrow Parker is a condemnation of the debt-driven realities of current American society and a presentation of a central banking model that eliminates personal debt and utilizes labor as currency.

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Woodrow Parker, a former medical assistant and real estate agent currently working as a massage therapist, has completed his book “A Cure for Slavery- Problems and Fixes: Observations from the Bottom of the Pyramid and a Model for a New Economic System with a Nonprofit Central Bank”: a thought-provoking refutation of established free-market economic norms.
Parker shares, “A public nonprofit central bank can give everyone ownership of their labor, the most sacred of all inalienable rights. The NPCB can enable everyone to work without permission from an employer and convert their time and effort into money, debt-free, with nothing more than a redirection of some key, established fractional reserve rules to support the individual earning and credit though labor as opposed to debt.
Part 1 semi-satirically outlines the problems inherent with the present debt-as-money system.
Part 2 provides a framework for the NPCB to enable any individual to claim ownership of their labor that will infuse debt-free currency into the debt-burdened private banking system. This solves debt, unemployment, most crimes, and it provides a stable financial foundation that can underwrite precarious financial institutions and support eternal profits along with all the beneficial social services, such as education, health care, infrastructure, and the environment.
I introduce a public nonprofit central banking (NPCB) system that can support manufacturing designed for the ages instead of the dump education and civil service bonuses and create a consumer class of citizenry through basic income and transaction credits.
If you want to build “tomorrow land,” this is a way to do it.
Read A Cure for Slavery today, and see bright hope for the future.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Woodrow Parker’s book offers a central bank-based socialist vision for eliminating debt, poverty, and violence.

Readers who wish to experience this provocative work can purchase “A Cure for Slavery- Problems and Fixes: Observations from the Bottom of the Pyramid and a Model for a New Economic System with a Nonprofit Central Bank” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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