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Common Sense 2.0: Freeing America of Debt Slavery by Thomas Paine is a detailed study of how debt forces the majority of the American population to lead monotonous working lives that he likens to a form of modern slavery. This book is a deep exploration of how American war-mongering has pushed millions of its population into modern slavery by incurring billions in debt. The author deftly showcases how inflation has made luxurious living a pipe dream for the majority of the population. He draws parallels between the American military and the cartel, shedding light on the plight of farmers while giving sharp criticism of large banking institutions such as Goldman Sachs and AIG, who hold people's lives to ransom. He also predicts that the Greatest Depression is yet to come.
Common Sense 2.0: Freeing America of Debt Slavery is a horrifying yet relevant look at the state of American financial institutions. Author Thomas Paine minces no words in speaking his mind and lays bare the flaws of powerful institutions for all to see. He reserves his most striking criticism for the American military, where he ponders why the American military is fighting wars it can't afford on behalf of other countries. The author backs up his meta-commentary with facts and logical reasoning, providing the narrative with a sense of authenticity that makes it all the more compelling. The prose is clear and concise, making it a breeze to go through. Common Sense 2.0: Freeing America of Debt Slavery is an insightful book that I would recommend to anyone interested in American finance.