The classic definition of fascism is a situation in which Big Business and Big Government are formally united in their aims.
A standard critique of capitalism, going back to Chesterton and Belloc, is that it creates a collusion between Big Government and Big Business.
Dillon’s Rule dictates that any conflict between the state and a city will inevitably always be resolved in favor of the state.
Economic questions are essentially moral questions, and therefore how we respond falls within the pale of the Church’s authority.
Phillip Campbell asks why commercial interests often expand at the expense of residential interests.