[SOCIALISME]. Social Credit Looks Forward.
Nottingham, The Social Credit Co-ordinating Centre, .
8vo (215x130 mm), 51-(1) pages. binding : Original printed wrappers. Little stains on cover. Fresh copy.
Report of the conference called by the Social Credit Co-ordinating Centre.
Social Credit is an economic doctrine of socialist inspiration developed by Hugh Douglas in the early 1920s. It aims to index monetary creation not on debt creation but on economic production. The result is the generation of a "national dividend" paid back to citizens in the form of a universal basic income.
Among the contributors we will find: Philip Mairet, Thomas Robertson, H. Norman, T.M. Heron.
Price : 75 €