The House of Rothschild Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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By Brook Kiper
Anyone trying to wrap their heads around the postmodern global socioeconomic condition we find ourselves in sooner or later has to arrive at Rothschilds histories. When you cancel out all the noise you begin to see that the monetary system is not all that hard to understand. Power becomes more and more centralized until it becomes a central computer thus opening up the possibilities to decentralized networks which in turn eventually destroy the power sought by the most powerful families throughout history. The impetus is over, abundance is now. Excellent scholarly work.
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