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Simply complete the form below to apply for membership in The Alliance for Just Money. To learn more about our memberships click here Membership Details.
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There are two levels of individual membership:
Level One (1) Individual Affiliated Members:
All persons who agree with the Mission* of the Alliance and its Guiding Principles** are eligible for membership. Once they apply and are accepted by the Board, they are Alliance Members. One-time Cost: US$20 lifetime membership.
Level Two (2) Individual Voting Members:
All level-one individual Members in good standing who are also current in annual dues comprise the Alliance’s level two individual voting membership, one person one vote. Voting Members have the right to nominate and elect the Alliance Board of Directors and to vote on proposed Bylaw Amendments and other policies put forth by the Board for membership approval. Annual Dues: US$25/year on top of the one-time cost.
We are a non-partisan organization of people of all political, vocational, philosophical, and personal viewpoints who share the common value of working together—and with individual and organizational allies—to achieve our Mission. Our Guiding Principles are:
- Accountability to each other and responsibility for achieving our Mission
- Transparency and honesty
- Affirmation of the dignity and worth of all life and the ecosystem upon which we all depend
- Dedication to continuous learning and educating the public about the money system
- Decision-making through informed dialogue, consensus-building, and democratic inclusion
- Economic and political independence
- Participation grounded in self-respect, mutual respect, and enjoyment of our work together
- Grassroots education and organizing to create systemic change for the common good
Our Mission is to research, educate, and organize for real monetary reform. We define real monetary reform as the development, implementation, and protection of a transparent public sovereign money system consistent with Article 1, Section 8, Clause 5 of the United States Constitution to serve the general welfare and commerce of society.
Existing research suggests that achieving sovereign money requires three reforms of our existing money and banking systems, and that these must be implemented together to achieve real monetary reform:
- Require Congress to exercise its Constitutional power to be the sole creator of all U.S. money, issued debt-free, and to establish a transparent and independent public monetary authority to determine the amount of new money the Treasury will disperse under authority of Congress.
- End the privilege of commercial banks to create and issue what we use as money.
- Transfer ownership of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks, and all remaining operations of the Federal Reserve System, to the U.S. Treasury.
Our Mission is to research, educate, and organize on these interdependent reforms needed to achieve sovereign money in the public interest.