When religion is being warred upon, our Catholic young people still come from schools and colleges and talk about looking for security, a weekly wage.
The very fact that people are always burying Distributism is evidence of the fact that it is not dead as a solution.
The trouble with Labor is that it is forced to fight for the same thing it is fighting against.
Dorothy Day repudiates John Cort and other Catholics who see Distributism as an agrarian visionary dream.
Dorothy did not only write about Distributism, she did Distributism. She helped people become self-sufficient.
The warm papal endorsement of cooperatives is particularly significant since previous social encyclicals did not give them much attention.
If our consciences were aroused, how much could we not do, even those of most modest income, in the way of helping the poor.