Our main economic argument in favor of using Mason’s vision of America’s constitution is that it would have led to the emergence of a stable middle class social order, which would have eliminated the ruling class’ ability to manipulate money supply and interest rates, through the unelected power ofContinue Reading

  Contact Laurie Thomas Vass, Gabby Press. ltv@gabbypress.com North Carolina Economist Article Accepted For Distribution by Social Science Research Network. (SSRN.com). Preface to Upcoming Book About George Mason’s Vision of America. The Social Science Research Network, a division of Elsevier, a Dutch academic publishing company specializing in scientific, technical, andContinue Reading

Preface: Our book is about George Mason’s vision of American society as an alternative to Madison’s constitutional design. Our intent is to argue that Mason’s egalitarian concept of government, had it been implemented in 1787, would have been a better path for liberty for middle and working class citizens, thanContinue Reading

Contact GabbyPress, ltv@gabbypress.com British Book Marketing Platform Reedsy Promotes New Book by North Carolina Economist, Laurie Thomas Vass. Reedsy Discovery Launches “Updating Schumpeter’s Gales of Creative Destruction.” Reedsy Discovery, a London-based internet book platform launched a promotion for a new book by Laurie Thomas Vass, of GabbyPress, titled, “Updating Schumpeter’sContinue Reading

From forthcoming GabbyPress book: George Mason’s America: The State Sovereignty Alternative to Madison’s Centralized American Ruling Class Aristocracy. Conclusion to chapter 1 Mason has been overlooked and underappreciated by academic scholars of American political history because the academic community has a cowardly blind spot about describing social class conflict inContinue Reading

Chapter 4. Shay’s Rebellion and The American Ruling Class Constitutional War on State-Issued Paper Currency. Many scholarly accounts of the history surrounding the events leading up to the Constitutional Convention of 1787 emphasize a common set of factors related to the inadequacy of the Articles of Confederation. For example, JeffContinue Reading

Laurie Thomas Vass, CLP News Network www.clpnewsnetwork.com The Fed has been in existence since 1913, when the U. S. Congress issued a charter for the private bank to act as the government’s banker for managing the nation’s supply of money and buying and selling government debt. The Fed operates asContinue Reading

Laurie Thomas Vass, The CLP News Network www.clpnewsnetwork.com “None of this is being done accidentally.  All of this is being done with forethought and implicit intention.” Sundance, The Last Refuge, July 21, 2022. In one of his recent columns on the New World Order, Sundance asks what the Biden administrationContinue Reading