If capitalism is merely the use of capital, the first capitalist was the first of our ancestors to pick up a stick and use it.
Big companies use their so-called “economies of scale,” a euphemism for brute force, to exclude genuine free choice from the market.
The enemies of freedom might be powerful but its friends are not by any means powerless.
Mr. Storck insists, like Belloc, Chesterton, and Dawson, that the history of western civilization can only be comprehended if we see it as Christendom.
There are remarkable parallels between the ideas set forth by Solzhenitsyn and the ideas espoused by Chesterton and Hilaire Belloc fifty years earlier.
Almost thirty years after his death, Schumacher’s still, small voice speaks with greater urgency than ever to a world in need of his wisdom.
Few realized when “Small is Beautiful” was published that E.F. Schumacher’s economic theories were underpinned by solid religious foundations.