In this fictitious, historical account of the world in the 21st century, a historian from centuries into the future, writes a work of history recounting the events, people, and writings that lead humanity to attempt to shed its dependence on the universal money system. In this account we see how a new system, one t based on money, develops over time, causing people to reconsider their allegiance to their money based world. As the book progresses, over several generations, we are allowed to participate and ponder the pros and cons of this new system, Cooperatism, and how it compares to other current systems, Capitalism, Communism, Socialism, Dictatorships, and we witness how it unfolds from conception to fruition. This book introduces a fresh perspective on the money system, pointing out how limiting it is, and even how detrimental it can be, with regard to the human spirit, human happiness, and the living of productive, fulfilling lives. But we are given hope. Humanity discovers a possible new way of living in a modern society. We watch this new system struggle to find legitimacy in the world, amid the criticisms of its opponents. Will it survive? Can it survive? Is Cooperatism, or something like it, the answer for, and the ultimate destiny of, humanity? This is a thought provoking journey into these questions, and the structuring of future societies outside of the confines of a money system.