This is new and I have blown up photo number 2 to show a tiny crease in the cover, other than this it is in excellent condition. Here is your chance to get this Comic Book for a great price.
There is a theory by Bix Weir about the hidden agenda coded in this comic book. Wishes and Rainbows (1981) is a promotional comic published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. In the underground town of Pebbleton, there is no color. Until a young girl named Roota discovers the surface world and brings color to her town.Adapted from a story of the same title by Debra Carpenter-Beck. Adapted by Stephen Devaux and Illustrated by Adam Redjinski. 16 pages, color cover with black, white, and color illustrations, 7-in x 10-in.
Wishes and Rainbows is for elementary school children and may be read as a simple story, or as an economics teaching tool. Wishes and Rainbows illustrates many economic concepts including scarcity, supply, demand and allocation. There is a teachers guide designed to help teachers bring out these underlying themes.Scarcity is one of the BIG lies used by governments as scare tactics to control the masses, through higher economic prices. It is our goal to give excellent customer service. Thank you for taking the time to view our listings. The item "Federal Reserve Comic Book Wishes and Rainbows of Economic Scarcity 1981" is in sale since Friday, March 17, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Comics\Collections". The seller is "ialwaysguaranteed" and is located in Walla Walla, Washington.
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