The SOCIAL CREDIT PROPOSALS EXPLAINED in 10 LESSONS
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Here’s economics viewed in the light of the social
doctrine of the church, prepared by Alain Pilote.
In God's family, no one ought to go without the
necessities of life. The aim of a just social order is to guarantee to each person, according to the principle of
subsidiarity, his share of the community's goods.
Social Credit proposals explained in 10 lessons, each one being the
logical continuation of the previous one.
The first lesson begins with
principles, and from there, we lay the foundations to have a full
knowledge of all that Social Credit implies.
Here is the list of the 10 lessons:
Lesson 1: The end of economics—to make goods join those who
Lesson 2: Poverty amidst plenty—The birth and death of
Lesson 3: Banks create money as a debt
Lesson 4: The solution:
debt-free money created by society
Lesson 5: The chronic shortage of
purchasing power—The dividend
Lesson 6: Money and prices—The
Lesson 7: The history of banking control in the
United States, and famous quotes on money
Lesson 8: Social Credit is
not a political party, but a sound and effective financial system
Lessons 9 and 10: Social Credit and the social doctrine of the Church
Softcover, 150 pages