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Proven Economic Reset

FDR created the American Dream and greatest economy of all time with just a handful of policies – during a mature capitalism like today. Eleanor took his empathetic Second Bill of Rights to the newly formed United Nations to create the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. Japan and many European countries added these rights into their constitutions where the U.S. and Canada did not

FDR’s policies included 20-years of Wealth Distribution (80% estate taxes) and Income Distribution (92% income tax) for the rich, Nationalism, Full-employment, a strong empathetic social contract, debt-forgiveness, low cost-of-living, and affordable homeownership

Family values and female inequity played a part, ensuring that both men and women could both live full lives. Women didn’t need to ask others to raise their children and men, and women, could not keep high jobs unless married. His salary was expected to support his family and his wife’s family too

The theses, courseware, and articles that explain these policies – in government, business, science, and non-theory-based Transition Economics – are explained in the pull-down Policy menus above

Social Contract is the biggest problem of our time or of any other in human history. Why? Because today’s 70-year-old monetary system cycle is the first to mature to a normal imbalance within a mature nuclear era. By the timing of World War commencements in 1914 and 1939 – which were the result of our two previous mature capitalisms, we are within just ten years of the correctable 100% destruction of most living things on this planet. Climate is a minor issue by comparison

The United Nations was created to ensure “big picture” planning and to prevent another mature capitalism.  Its failure explains why our schools don’t teach democratic voters the importance of sustaining Social Contracts today. 95% of countries are experiencing and treating far-less-important social symptoms now, without understanding what is the underlying cause. We solve only causal problems transparently here – and invite readers to follow along and to also learn to understand our defendable scientific approach

Mature Capitalism

Capitalistic policies that work well to build a strong social contract early-on in a well-balanced monetary system, don’t work well later as the cycle matures and unbalances. This is due to the mathematical certainty of compounding annual inflation; and due to the natural imbalances created by successful unmanaged capitalism in any economy too. As annual inflations of 1% to 14% compound for 60-years, a 1% inflation in 2019 is now 60-times (60% inflation) in 1960 dollars; and 5% of nations today live the American Dream still today, only because they actively managed the balance between incomes and cost-of-living (they ensured a strong social contract). A strong social contact ensures advancing economies at all points in a monetary system cycle’s maturity.

In countries that did not protect their social contracts, productivity stalled as citizens could not create and market their resources. A weak Social Contract costs nations an average of $3.6 billion per day – a reality which is ignored by GDP reports. Our schools teach theory in how economies should work, and not how they actually do work – and so voters were never taught how to protect Social Contracts. FDR’s “Second Bill of Rights” would have added Social Contract to America’s Constitution – to “Win the Peace” as he would say

The word “Socialism” is explained as a mash of discussions in ethics, ownership, and social programs – often for purposes of specific agendas and in contravention of Socratic Method’s best-practice for disambiguation. See the USE CASE for Monetary Systems

Hardest hit are large democracies; instead of having Constitutions ensuring socially responsible policy, multi-billion-dollar advertising campaigns misdirected voters to prefer that 95% of all incomes flow to the top-1% rich instead. Market-tested slogans like “low-tax”, small government, conservative, open markets, evil/failed/unAmerican socialism, etc., compel voters to inadvertently create the same dystopic conditions that authors Dickens, Byron, Hugo, Aristotle, and Tolstoy explained

CSQ’s Sustainable Societies Program is home to the SCP (Social Contract Product), TASK (The Academic Sustainable Societies Challenge), Transition Economics – a non-theory based science that explains the policies of strong economies, ACT – a solution at every voter’s ballot box, Worthwhile Industries, #WPProjects, CMI (Country Management Index), SDC – Training & Certification Programs, and more

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CSQ is where Government, Business and Thought-Leadership Teams find the tools to build strategic Right Plans for sustainable communities, a Good Life, and even World Peace

Mission

From self-sufficient, automated neighborhoods that cost a fraction of today’s manual societies; to the Policies and Worthwhile Campuses that build them. The Worthwhile Ventures Team  finance the projects needed to build every country’s ultimate Economic Strategic Plan

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