By giving us a title such as Economics for Helen, Hilaire Belloc, was emphasizing something that many others at the time were also emphasizing.
Welcome to America 2008. By allowing foreigners to buy U.S. debt, have we made them the new masters’ of the fate of the average American?
The daily “write-downs” of mortgage “assets” by major banks, hedge funds, and insurance companies are actually worthless.
In Utopia of Usurers Chesterton predicts that the only institution of his time that will have a future will be the institution of the prison.
In contrast to Mises’s dismissal of a socially binding “ethics” and “national economy,” we find a priest asserting the real existence of both.
Christendom, unlike “market forces,” presupposes real freedom; if man was not free and meant to be fulfilled in his freedom, Christendom would not be needed.
“The Servile State” is the one of classical antiquity, in which vast masses of the people work as slaves for the small class of owners.