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Best Free Printable Play Money | Monopoly – State of the Union 2009 Edition at Junk Activism

Best Free Printable Play Money | Monopoly – State of the Union 2009 Edition at Junk Activism

Elizabeth J. Magie (Phillips) the real inventor of "Monopoly". She applied for her patent in 1903 granted in 1904. She called her original version "The Landlord's Game". (wiki) Her intent was to explain the taxation by Landlords to their tenants. There is also speculation that she was reactive to the plight of the Gilded Age immigrants, imposed by their "slum lords".

Elizabeth J. Magie (Phillips) the real inventor of "Monopoly". She applied for her patent in 1903 granted in 1904. She called her original version "The Landlord's Game". (wiki) Her intent was to explain the taxation by Landlords to their tenants. There is also speculation that she was reactive to the plight of the Gilded Age immigrants, imposed by their "slum lords".

Monopoly - State of the Union 2009 Edition | Junk Activism at Junk Activism

Monopoly - State of the Union 2009 Edition | Junk Activism at Junk Activism

Monopoly - State of the Union 2009 Edition | Junk Activism at Junk Activism

Monopoly - State of the Union 2009 Edition | Junk Activism at Junk Activism

Monopoly - State of the Union 2009 Edition | Junk Activism at Junk Activism

Monopoly - State of the Union 2009 Edition | Junk Activism at Junk Activism

Best Free Printable Play Money | Monopoly – State of the Union 2009 Edition at Junk Activism

Best Free Printable Play Money | Monopoly – State of the Union 2009 Edition at Junk Activism

Walmart Food Infographic. Walmart now captures 1 of every 4 dollars Americans spend on groceries. It's on track to claim one-third of food sales within five years. Here's a look at how Walmart has dramatically altered the food system -- triggering massive consolidation, driving down prices to farmers, and leaving more families struggling to afford healthy food.

How Walmart Is Devouring Our Food System (Infographic)

Walmart Food Infographic. Walmart now captures 1 of every 4 dollars Americans spend on groceries. It's on track to claim one-third of food sales within five years. Here's a look at how Walmart has dramatically altered the food system -- triggering massive consolidation, driving down prices to farmers, and leaving more families struggling to afford healthy food.

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