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Zarlenga, Stephen. 1997. “Balanced Budget Amendment Stampede 1997: Careful Newt And Bill – The National Debt Can’t Stand Too Much Scrutiny!”. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2000b. “Monetary Policy & Rome’s Decline”. The Barnes Review, 6/3 (May-June).
Zarenga, Stephen. 2000c. “A Brief History of Interest”. AMI Paper, 3. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2001. “Henry George’s Concept of Money: And Its Implications For 21st Century Reform“. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2002. The Lost Science of Money. The Mythology of Money – the Story of Power. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2002. “Critique of Innes’ ‘Credit Theory of Money’ ”. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2003. “The Lost Science of Money – A Solution to the States’ Fiscal Crises”. Speech at the U.S. Treasury, Dec. 4, 2003. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2004a. “The Usury Problem Remains”. Talk to Lord Sudeley’s “Monday Club” discussion group at London’s Carlton House, May 5th, 2004. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2004b. “World Peace through Monetary Justice”. Talk at International Philosophers For Peace Conference – Capitalism With A Human Face? Radford University, VA, May 2004. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2004c. “Removing Structural Injustices From our Money System”. Talk to the TOES (The Other Economic Summit) Meeting Counter to the G8 Meeting, Sea Island, Brunswick, Georgia, June 8-10, 2004. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2005. “The 1930s Chicago Plan and the 2005 American Monetary Act.” Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2006. “Is the Federal Reserve System a Governmental or a Privately Controlled Organization?” Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2009a (2006). “Presenting the American Monetary Act”. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2009b. “The Need for Monetary Reform“. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2010a. “The Lost Science of Money & Monetary Justice Using Government Created Money to Fund Public Projects”. Talk At The House of Lords, London, 4 May 2004. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2010b. “An Abbreviated Monetary History of the US: Part 1“. Excerpt from Zarlenga, Stephen. 2002. The Lost Science of Money. The Mythology of Money – the Story of Power. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2010c. “Review of Robert De Fremery’s Rights vs. Privileges”. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
Zarlenga, Stephen. 2013. “What Would a Trillion Dollar Coin Mean?” Huffington Post. The Blog. 1 Jan 2013.
Zarlenga, Stephen A. 2014. “Presenting the American Monetary Reform Manual”. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute. Includes full text of the NEED Act.
Zarlenga, Stephen A. 2016. “AMI Achievements to Date“. Valatie, NY: American Monetary Institute.
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