Cut Wall Street Out! How States Can Finance Their Own Recoveries

The Bank of North Dakota (BND) is set up as a dba: “the State of North Dakota doing business as the Bank of North Dakota.” Technically, that makes the capital of the state the capital of the bank. Projecting the possibilities of this arrangement to California, the State of California owns about $200 billion in real estate, has $62 billion in various investments and has $128 billion in projected 2009 revenues. Leveraged by a factor of eight, that capital base could support nearly $4 trillion in loans.

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For more articles on this subject by Ellen Brown, see here.

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