Where would I put a question about changing our economic system?
I've been looking at the use of currency and found it to be the root of many of our problems today; employment, poverty, environmental deprivation, economic collapse and have been working on a hub to try to address it. First I want to put it out in a question perhaps to get others opinions that will help me build on what to cover when writing about this issue. But do I put this in Business or Politics/Social issues. I'll still like your thoughts on the possibility of changing our entire economic system.
Politics and Social Issues - Economy and Government. You're addressing how to run a economy. The business section is for issues with individual enterprises.
I would say that it definitely goes under economy and government.
In answer to your question about changing the entire economic system. I don't think that this would be a very easy feat to achieve. If you remember when Russia collapsed in the early 1990's it took them many years to go from a communist nation to an allegedly democratic nation. I am not entirely certain that they are there yet! Hope this helps...
Start with getting rid of the federal reserve.The people or congress should have the power to regulate the currency.Then again only a wholly moral and ethical people are able to keep it honest.
I suggest you start with the broad category of "Politics and Social Issues" and investigate the sub-categories there to match up your material with the genre. WB
Thanks everyone. I've started the question and likely will make a hub to answer some of the responses. It probably would be a long process to change our system to something that doesn't feel so corrupt but think it may be necessary for the survival of a healthy society and hopefully mitigate environmental damage.
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