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'''Monetary reform''' (making [[money]] reflect some means of [[measuring well-being]] or at least a sane [[styles of capital]] analysis) is probably the ultimate [[moral purchasing]] and [[political consumerism]] problem. It is the ultimate [[accounting reform]]. Some would tie it to [[bioregional democracy]] so that each [[ecoregion]] has its own [[community currency]] and controls can be put at the borders. We are not all that interested in it here except as a means of understanding [[money]] and how to make a [[healthy signal infrastructure]] [[self-funding]]. Under a certain enlightened monetary regime, it might be funded as [[critical infrastructure]] the same way that roads, bridges, reservoirs and armies are. Monetary reform is some of the difference between [[best cases]] we can achieve now and [[visions]] that would depend on it, and other things that we don't have - yet. See [[w:monetary reform]] for a somewhat less visionary, more nuts and bolts, discussion.
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