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          1. “Whose Common Future? Reclaiming the Commons”, Vol.22,           No.4, issue of The Ecologist’, July/August 1992.           2. “Neo-Colonialism: The Last Stage Of Imperialism”, by Osagyefo           Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, published 1965.           3. “War & Conflict in Africa: A Bird’s-Eye View”, by Kwesi           Kwaa Prah, 2000.           4. “The Simultaneous Policy” by John Bunzl 2000 – New European           Publications           5. “WDM in Action”, World Development Movement, Dec 2000,           & Article in the “Morning Star” by David Timms of the           WDM, p-7, Thursday 28th December 2000           6. “The US as an HIPC or ‘heavily indebted prosperous country'”;           New Economics Foundation/Jubilee Research, April 2002           7. “Goodbye America”, by Mike Rowbotham, 2000 [Jon Carpenter]           8. “The Grip of Death”, by Mike Rowbotham, 1998 [Jon Carpenter]           A study of modern money, debt slavery and destructive economics           9. “Tanzania: Decision Point Document Under the Enhanced HIPC Initiative”           World Bank and IMF (20 March 2000)           10. “Just Before We All Die”, by Naiwu Osahon (World Pan-African           Movement), June 2001           11. “Cash and carry misery in Ghana”, by John Kampfner, The           Guardian,           Friday February 8th, 2002           12. “Fractional reserve banking and the interest-based money supply”-            A paper presented by Tarek El Diwany at a meeting of the Association           of Muslim Social Scientists, London School of Economics, London, October           1999.
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