This book is thorough in examining the relationship between the funding of government and its programs from a psychological perspective, a religious (moral) perspective, an historical perspective, a political perspective, a technological perspective, and an economic perspective. It’s proposals make sense and are worthy of serious consideration by every citizen of this country. It convincingly argues that the only way to get money out of politics and to minimize the risk of future violent episodes like the attack on Congress on January 6, is to radically transform the ways that government is financed.