Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Stewart A. Alexander for President, Peace and Freedom Party

July 18, 2007 Stewart A. Alexander, a presidential hopeful with the Peace and Freedom Party, wants the face on six United States Federal Reserve Notes changed to represent the working class across America. Alexander’s proposal would affect the $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 notes. Alexander is proposing that the six Federal Reserve Notes recognize every race, and the contributions of the working class across America; American Indians, Whites, Blacks, Browns, Hispanic, Asian descendants, the youth of America, seniors and the handicap. The Peace and Freedom Party, a socialist party, has been a strong advocate for the working class since the party was established in 1967. The party is pro-union labor and has remained a strong advocate for the rights and recognition of the working class. Alexander’s concept for changing the six Federal Reserve Notes will offer recognition to all working class people, of all races; the workers in the agricultural fields across America; groups of factory workers; groups of construction workers; groups of office workers, technicians and professions; service industry workers; transportation and longshore workers. Alexander conceives this major change of the US currency could begin to take place by 2010 and be completed by the end of 2014; with the first change-over beginning with the lower denominations of the US currency. Alexander also conceives that within the next two decades many of the industrial nations will advance toward cashless societies. The California Primary Election will be held in February 2008 and the General Election will be November 2008. For more information search the Web for: Stewart A. Alexander; Alexander- PFP Setting Tone for 2008.

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