David Coplin


Born November 26, 1944 to the children of Nebraska farmers. My father was a educator who moved us to California when I was three where I and my sister grew up. I went to Raymond College at the University of the Pacific in Stockton which was close to home but dropped out one semester before graduation to strike out on my own. After being fired from my first job at a filling station I joined the Air Force to avoid being drafted into the Army. After a year I was discharged from the Air Force as unsuitable but while in the Air Force I received training in computer programming which became my career for thirty three years after a short period sorting mail for the Postal Service. When I was finally
downsized from my last programming job with one of the telephone companies I decided to start bookkeeping which lead to a job as a staff accountant from which I was RIFed in early 2011.

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Poverty and the Foundation of Economics
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 54,110. Language: English. Published: March 28, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Economics
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This book describes an economic alternative to our current western credit system that will eliminate poverty and recessions, control inflation, and release the full potential of your economy. As long as money creation does not exceed certain limits, is from a trusted source, and does not allocate non-existent resources, sustainable economic growth with ensue.

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economy    money    poverty    wealth