I'd reccomend "God Bless You, Mr.Rosewater" by Kurt Vonnegut.
It's a little harsh, but it says a lot of things that need to be said about money.
Our civilization's money system is very iffy.
Money = representation of the work you've done/goods you've helped produced.
Amount of work done in the world = amount of money in the world.
But when we include things like rent, and interest, you're basically creating money out of thin air.
You just have money sitting there, multiplying.
I hate all of you.