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The Social Artist

 

The Social Artist Quarterly Journal

The Social Artist is published quarterly, both electronically and in hard copy. A subscription to receive the hard copy is available to order online from the page below, or free archived pdf versions are available for download.

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The Political Economy of Social 
Credit & Guild Socialism 
Frances Hutchinson & Brian Burkitt
Routledge 1997
Jon Carpenter 2005
£12.99 Temporarily out of stock.

 

 

 

Together, Guild Socialism and Social Credit provided an early exploration of the potential for a cooperative, local, 'steady-state' economy in which industrial production, farming, the arts, sciences, politics, learning and the caring professions are freed from the artificial restrictions of capitalist finance. 


First published in 1997, and available in paperback since 2005, this explanation of the recurrent financial crises, which have hit the nations of the world with increasing frequency since the beginning of the twentieth century, remains as topical, and readable, as ever... read more

Understanding the Financial System:
Social Credit Rediscovered 
Frances Hutchinson
Jon Carpenter 2010

£15.00

 

 

 

This book is the definitive introduction to social credit, readable for the beginner, but full of illumination for the experienced scholar. It has been described as “a treasure house of information about a historical episode in the battle for a just, fair and well-ordered society” (Green Christian)... read more

The Politics of Money
Frances Hutchinson, Mary Mellor & Wendy Olsen 
Pluto Press 2002

£16.99

 

 

 

A scholarly overview of the workings of the money economy designed to be readable for the lay person... read more

Social Credit: Some Questions Answered

Frances Hutchinson

£3.00

 

 

 

This reference booklet introduces some of the key ideas of social credit and is a useful starting point for those who wish to learn a little more about social credit.

Asses in Clover
Eimar O’Duffy
Jon Carpenter
2003 Reprint

£11.00

 

 

 

A richly comic indictment of politics, economics and social pretensions through science fiction fantasy, written from a social credit perspective. Originally published in 1933, now with new introduction

A full commentary on 'Asses in Clover' by Frances Hutchinson is available to readers, which analyses in detail the issues raised in the book... read more

The New Home Economics Talks
Frances Hutchinson
2 CDs designed for individual study and group discussion

£6.00

 

 

 

The talks are designed as an introduction to Down to Earth: A guide to home economics, as advertised above.

Why Schools of Economics and Political Science Should be Closed Down
John Papworth
Arbuckle Books 
Arbuckle Books 2011 39pp

£1.00

 

 

 'In this excellent book, John Papworth goes to the very root of the problem to explain how we the people have all been led to trade in the wisdom of ages contained in Aristotle's theory of scale, for the shallow modern philosophy of 'just follow the money'. (from the Foreword by Dele Ogun.)

What Everybody Really Wants 
to Know About Money
Frances Hutchinson
Jon Carpenter Publishing 1998

£12.00

 

 

 

Money has become God, and we must dethrone it... read more

The Grip of Death:
A Study of Modern Money, Debt 
Slavery and Destructive Economics 
Michael Rowbotham
Jon Carpenter 2007

£18.00

 

 

 

This lucid and original account of where our money comes from explains why most people and businesses are so heavily in debt... read more

The Tree of Life
H.J. Massingham
Jon Carpenter 
2003 Reprint

£13.99 (Out of stock)

 

 

 

A literary masterpiece documenting the destruction of the English countryside flowing from the replacement of traditional value-systems by the rule of finance. Reprint with new introduction... read more

Down To Earth: A guide to home economics

Frances Hutchinson
KRP Ltd., 2013, 38pp

£5.00

 

 

 

Designed for individual study or group discussion, this short booklet introduces revolutionary thinking on the relationship between employment and income. An easy read, designed for non-specialists, the material raises fundamental questions about the significance of global financial crises... read more