Fred Harrison is known as a broadcaster and social campaigner – if he is known at all. And yet, he has predicted the last two major economic crashes (the 1990s and 2008-10) more accurately than anyone in the world. Amazingly he wasn’t on TV or advising governments on how to handle it. He was ignored and frozen out of the dialogue of recovery. The publisher Shepheard Walwyn is proud to have published Fred’s books for nearly 40 years.
In this series of podcasts, Fred talks about his journey from newspaperman to economist to social campaigner. He explains how he can do what others say is impossible and why those in control persist with an inferior and dangerous set of economic beliefs. He also offers ideas for what could be a truly great reset, if we based our economic system on fairness and science.
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Phil Anderson (Part 3) - The Secret Life of Real Estate and Banking
Phil Anderson (Part 2) - The Secret Life of Real Estate and Banking
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Phil Anderson (Meet The Author) - The Secret Life of Real Estate and Banking
Tom Burgess (Meet The Author) - From Here to Prosperity
John Butler (Meet The Author) - The Wonders of Spiritual Unfoldment
Munu - The most special rhino in the world! Part l with Shirley Galligan
Kenny Jamieson (Part I) - A World in Two Minds
John Tippett (Part II) – A philosopher’s take on economics
John Tippett (Part I) – A philosopher’s take on economics
Fred Harrison (Part IV) – Looking ahead into the next crash.
Fred Harrison (Part III) – Having the best ideas for the many makes no difference if “The Few” don’t like it.
Anthony Werner (Part II) - Economics is just the Beginning…
Anthony Werner (Part I) - Publisher with a Purpose
Fred Harrison (Part II) – Great Reset? How about a People’s Reset?
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