Wall Street's War for Drug Money: A Basic Lesson in Real Economics

In December, 2000 at the request of Professor David Andrus of USC's School of International Relations, Michael C. Ruppert gave a lecture on economics that rocked the foundations of about 70 upper classmen. There is the economics that is taught in most college curricula and then there is the real economics; fully documented, incontrovertible, and shocking. One seems like an impossible to... read more
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Wall Street's War for Drug Money: A Basic Lesson in Real Economics