Could you summarize that?
No disrespect but would have been easier on the brain if broken into paragraphs :(
Please keep going and investigate what "unit of currency" this money could be used to exchange health care, medi care, and possibly other social programs and maybe extended to some other kinds of transactions. How & who is issuing & controlling this money...
You may also have a look at this thread LETS -barter systems
And also at proposals & studies made by Bernard Lietard who describes alternate currencies which are used for heath care and other social programs. In particular in Japan.
No NO, there is no money, no medium of exchange. Your time and labor is your unit of measurement that allows access to things.
Ex. 50 hrs working as a nurse will allow her/her to get food for the week, save X amount of time/hrs for vacation time, or add an addition to her house.
Sounds like socialism to me. Who decides that a nurse gets more, and how much more, than the bum off the street doing manual labor?
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