The Church and the Libertarian is an exhaustive and polemical work, refuting Austro-Libertarianism and defending the Catholic Church’s social teaching.
Indeed, the “free” market called capitalism is a system of privatized profits and socialized losses.
Cooperatives are a Distributist answer for the increase of widespread ownership of the means of production.
From chewing gum to automobiles, chairs to food stuffs, we live in a world consumed by and dependent on mass-produced goods and large-scale industry.
Chesterton’s vision “ought to occur” so that amid today’s ruin we may be instruments of Christ’s victory.
Distributism finds its roots in the social and economic theories articulated in the documents of the Church’s social teaching.
“Island hopping” a third-party into existence takes time and patience, perhaps at a local level before acquiring state and later national recognition.
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