James Gibb Stuart
James Gibb Stuart (30 August 1920 – 23 September 2013) was a financial author, owner of Ossian Publishers, and chairman of the Scottish Pure Water Association. He was known for his outspoken opposition to the European Union, and for publishing a book on monetary reform, The Money Bomb, in which he advocates a complete overhaul of British currency, the pound sterling.
The Money Bomb
When The Money Bomb was published in 1983, well-documented efforts to quash any publicity clashed with advocacy of its arguments by the Margaret Thatcher government, who were struggling to freeze that country's national debt at twelve billion pounds .
- The Mind Benders - Gradual Revolution and Scottish Independence, Glasgow, 1978, ISBN 0-85335-232-1
- The Lemming Folk, Glasgow, 1980, ISBN 0-85335-237-2
- The Money Bomb, Glasgow, 1983, ISBN 0-85335-256-9 or (P/B) ISBN 0-85335-257-7
- "About James Gibb Stuart – The Convener of Bromsgrove". Prosperity. February 2000. Retrieved January 20, 2012.
- "Fluoride is forced medication". Sovereignty. March 2003. Retrieved January 20, 2012.
- "Direct democracy: Government of the People, by the People, for the People". Sovereignty. March 2000. Retrieved January 20, 2012.
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