Where does money come from?


(1 customer review)

“Where does money come from?” is the delightful beginning in our line of better bedtime stories, educating kids about subtle changes to the money system and how they have quietly impacted America over the last 50 years.

It will help your family navigate the great unwind of the global fiat money system, to come out ahead, and to advocate for the right policies to restore opportunity, prosperity, and a level playing field for children in America.

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The American Dream is now reserved for the privileged few. Most of us know something is wrong, but don’t quite know what, or more importantly, why.

The real problem dates to 1971, when gold was removed from the money system. This subtle move tipped the playing field, hollowing out America with debt. Tragic for most, it’s been a massive boon for a small cabal of insiders who see behind the curtain and understand the mechanics.

At InflationEducation.Net, we’ve spent two decades studying finance, history, and economics to piece together this important story. The advantage your kids bring to the subject is their refreshing innocence, unspoiled by the groupthink that engulfs all of us as we grow older.

Some things are best understood with only childlike commonsense.

Join us, as we open their mind through story in a full-color, original and beautifully illustrated premium hardback designed to educate, enlighten, and entertain the whole family. Only you can plant the seeds they’ll need to navigate the world of money, debt, human psychology, and the social contract.

It takes a child, after all, to tell the world that the emperor has no clothes.

Additional information

Weight 1.5 lbs
Dimensions 13 × 10 × 2 in

1 review for Where does money come from?

  1. Phil (verified owner)

    We love these books, and this was the first one! The books are super high quality with beautiful illustrations, and they teach things our kids won’t learn anywhere else. You can build up to the full text by retelling the stories for toddlers in your own words.

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