Social Credit and Christian Philosophy
BUTLER, Eric D
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Flesherton: Canadian Intelligence Pub., (1971), Wraps. 44 p. This pamphlet is described by one of Butler's Australian publishers as follows: "The presentation of Social Credit as the Policy of the Christian philosophy. Shows how the revelations of C.H. Douglas, the author of Social Credit, have been subverted to serve party political power politics. Real economics, the evolution of constitutional government, the true purpose of man, leisure and culture, and the correct role of the Christian in politics, are all brilliantly analysed in what some regard as the author's finest piece of writing." Contains a new intro. for this edition in which, incidentally, Butler refers to John Maynard Keynes as a "depraved homosexual" Near Fine.