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The folowing is the collection of the documentaries regarding economics
25 Million Pounds
97% Owned
A Crude Awakening: The Oil Crash
Aftermath of a Crisis
All Wars are Bankers’ Wars
America’s Bankrupt Banks (Inside the Meltdown)
An Inconvenient Death
Argentina’s Economic Collapse
Banking With Hitler
Big Sugar
Bigger Than Enron
Black Money
Britain’s Bad Housing
Bush Family Fortunes
Catastroika
Collapse
Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy
Crash: How Long Will It Last?
Culture in Decline: Consumption-Vanity Disorder
Culture in Decline: Economics 101
Debtocracy
Design the New Business
End of Liberty
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room
Europe on the Brink
Fiat Empire
Flowing Through
For Sale: The American Dream
How the Banks Never Lose
How the Banks Won
I Want The Earth (plus 5%)
I.O.U.S.A. – One Nation. Under Debt. In Stress.
In Debt We Trust
Inside Job
Iraq’s Missing Billions
Let’s Make Money
Life and Debt
Maxed Out
MeltUp: The Beginning Of A US Currency Crisis
Merchants of Cool
Million Dollar Traders
Money and Speed: Inside the Black Box
Money as Debt
Money as Debt 2: Promises Unleashed
Money as Debt 3: Evolution Beyond Money
Money, Banking, and The Federal Reserve System
Monopoly Men: Federal Reserve Fraud
Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis
Pawtucket Rising
Phantom Shares
Phoning from the Philippines
Quants: The Alchemists of Wall Street
RBS: Inside The Bank That Ran Out Of Money
Real Estate 4 Ransom
Santa’s Workshop: Inside China’s Slave Labour Toy Factories
Secret History of the Credit Card
Stealing Africa
Super Rich: The Greed Game
Supermarket Secrets
The American Dream
The Ascent of Money
The Cost of a Coke
The Day of the Dollar
The Diamond Empire
The dot.com Bubble
The Fall of Lehman Brothers
The Ka-Ching Dynasty
The Mayfair Set
The Midas Formula: Trillion Dollar Bet
The Money Fix
The Money Masters
The Party’s Over: How the West Went Bust
The Secret History of the Global Financial Collapse
The Secret of Oz
The Supermarket That’s Eating Britain
The Take
The Tax Free Tour
Time for Change
Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price