WHAT IS SOCIAL CREDIT ALL ABOUT?
Social Credit is a body of socio-economic ideas based upon the writings of the alternative economist Clifford Hugh Douglas (1879-1952) and those of his colleague, Alfred Richard Orage (1873-1934), editor of the influential weekly The New Age. During the inter-war years of the twentieth century Douglas became a household name. The literature which flowed from the world-wide Social Credit movement includes books, pamphlets and articles, some of which are available electronically on this website, and elsewhere. As the economics of the Machine Age, Social Credit offers a sound theoretical basis for decentralised, democratic control over the use of the abundant resources of the ‘developed’ world.
Pin Factory Economics
Adam Smith was the first economist to formulate classical economic theory in the early days of industrialisation...Read more
What Is Social Credit?
Eimar O’Duffy’s Goshawk Trilogy
King Goshawk and the Birds (1926. Out of print)
The Spacious Adventures of the Man in the Street (1928. Out of print)
Asses in Clover (1933. (Reprinted 2003, Jon Carpenter Publishing, Now available at bargain study group price of £25 for 5 copies, or £11 each, including postage and packing. Contact Us for details.)
Asses in Clover is the last book of the Goshawk trilogy in which the quest of the hero is to save humanity from the folly of 20th century economic and military warfare, with its accompanying spiritual, cultural and ecological degradation. Born in Dublin in 1893, O’Duffy wrote the Goshawk trilogy with vivid memories of the evils of World War I and the Easter Rising. In 1925 he left Dublin with his wife and two young children, moving to England but spending some time freelancing in Paris and working for an American newspaper. These moves are reflected in the trilogy as a whole, especially in the last book...Read more