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Eric D. Butler

The Truth About Social Credit (1946)

The Truth About Social Credit (1946) by Eric D. Butler

  • Social Credit stands for tha supremacy of individuals over all institutions, financial, industrial or political.
  • Social Credit is opposed to monopoly in any shape or form,
  • Social Credit has nothing to do with the nationalisation of industry.
  • Social Credit alone can provide the individu...

Leland Hamilton Jenks

Migration of British Capital to 1875 (1926)

Migration of British Capital to 1875 (1926) by Leland Hamilton Jenks

Preface

Marcus Aurelius, who set the fashion for acknowledgments, was able to trace with brevity yet with care the qualities of which his meditations were the fruit to the friends who had most intimately affected his character and molded his attitude toward life. Were I to be...

Arthur Kitson

Essays in The New Age Magazine (1912-13)

These are three short articles written by Arthur Kitson, lifted from The New Age periodical.

Gold and State Banking (1912)

Published in:The New Age, 1037, Vol.11, No.13, July 25, 1912

THE Oracle has spoken! The Mountain has laboured and brought forth-a Mouse a miserable little spe...

Arthur Kitson

The Trade Slump (1921)

The Trade Slump (1921) by Arthur Kitson

THE present trade slump is not an entirely surprising or unexpected event to certain people. It had been predicted by two or three writers and economists, and particularly by certain financiers more than a year ago, when business was booming, and when there seemed a long period of prosperity before us.

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John Ruskin, 1819-1900

The communism of John Ruskin; or, "Unto this last"; two lectures from "The crown of wild olive"; and selections from "Fors clavigera." (1907)

Unto This Last (1907) by Ruskin, John, 1819-1900

The essay "Unto This Last" profoundly influenced the ideas of Gandhi and labour movements.

https://samisdat.info/books/unto-this-last-1891

From The Introduction

Surely Ruski...