PBI has a “big tent” and non-partisan view of monetary reform advocates and organizations, acknowledging that there are many different opinions on the best monetary solution, or solutions. Recognizing the importance of monetary and banking reform is an important step toward solving many of our problems of poverty, war, and scarcity, and it is this awareness that unites monetary reformers in their goal of prosperity and peace for all.
“All the perplexities, confusion and distress in America arise, not from defects in the Constitution or confederation, not from want of honor or virtue, so much as from downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit and circulation.” —President John Adams
American Monetary Institute
The American Monetary Institute is a publicly supported charity founded in 1996. The real outcomes in society – whether there will be general economic justice or corrupt financial privileges for the few – are usually determined by the structure of a society’s monetary system.
COMER — Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform EST. 1986
COMER is an international publishing and education resource based in Toronto, Canada, and is comprised of people who are concerned about the destabilizing effects current economic and monetary policies have had, and are having, on the citizens of Canada and other countries. COMER argues for prices in a mixed economy (economic reform), and advocates for changes in monetary policy (monetary reform) through revisions in the Bank of Canada Act
Michael Journal – For the Social Credit monetary reform
A journal of Catholic patriots – For the Social Credit monetary reform through economic democracy in accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Prosperity, a quarterly Money Reform journal published by Alistair McConnachie in Glasgow, Scotland, is dedicated to spreading understanding about the nature of our debt-based money system, and campaigning for publicly-created debt-free money.