If farming is looked on simply as a means of making money, the town will necessarily attract the worker to the detriment of the land.
“I had discovered Gilbert Keith Chesterton,” says Kanu, “and I wanted to apply his ideas about man and economics to my country.”
Kevin Ford shares why faith and community are essential for the sustainment of Catholic rural life.
The agricultural monoliths of Agribusiness will not be dethroned through litigation; they will be dethroned through social consciousness and decision making about food.
As even cursory readers of books “The Hobbit” and “The Lord of the Rings” know, Hobbits like to eat well and often. They also take their time.
Ligutti’s book, published in 1940, thoroughly documents the dramatic effects of capitalism on rural communities.
When Distributism is applied to agrarianism, it calls for the widest possible distribution of productive land.
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