Lyndon LaRouche—If Money Has No Intrinsic Value, What Does?

Running for the 2004 presidential nomination, Lyndon LaRouche delivered the following remarks in 2003 about the fakery of the intrinsic value of money. Yes, you need money, but its not the basis for real value in a human economy. So what is? Until we understand the answer to that question, our economies, across the planet, in all countries, will continue to fail us.

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