A standard critique of capitalism, going back to Chesterton and Belloc, is that it creates a collusion between Big Government and Big Business.
There are two passages from Sacred Scripture which, taken together, illustrate well the place which economic activity should occupy in human life.
És una curiosa ironia, que la cosa temporal que havia d’unir més els catòlics, és allò que els catòlics necesàriament han d’envestir amb més vacil·lacions.
Is it possible that the guilds, those great symbols of medieval culture and enterprise, might be restored to life in our own time?
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.
This disease of monopoly, which is ruining freedom, and against which nearly all men protest, is a main symptom of our modern mortal disease.