• Nationalization

    Nationalization

    A society in which the mass of men have no experience of ownership, a society in which the mass are long used to living upon a regular and frequently recurring dole, is a society which sees in Socialism the short-cut to its ideals.

     
  • The Restoration of Property

    The Restoration of Property

    The change in philosophy is our root difficulty, but the second is that it has produced a certain state of society. It is a state in which by far the greater part of men are attuned to being wage slaves, that is, a state of society in which a man is more afraid of losing his job than of anything else.

     
  • Two Difficulties

    Two Difficulties

    Injustices must be removed, bad systems changed, human values made effective once more in their right order. But these things cannot be done so long as the men and women of the nation are ignorant, apathetic, even antagonistic to what they ought to cherish.

     
  • The Guild System

    The Guild System

    Every kind of good would flow from the re-establishment of the Guild, and without the re-establishment of the Guild the effort to maintain well-distributed property, even if we had already achieved that good distribution, would be vain.