A key element of the new Bretton Woods agreement would be a revival of the FDR-inspired fixed-exchange rates among national currencies. Fixed exchange rates not only promote stability in the financing of international trade, but they would also end the ability of the British Empire to manipulate currencies for geopolitical reasons, and for merely venal ones. The fixed-rate system stabilized the world from until , when President Nixon took the dollar off gold, a move which opened the world to an invasion by British speculative capital. Since that time the nations of Ibero-America have been reduced to virtual debt slaves, hit with combination blows of high debts and devalued currencies, leaving their populations devastated.

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