DOUGLAS SOCIAL CREDIT
Promotes group study of the causes of war.
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Clifford Hugh Douglas institutional analysis of the role of banking and finance in the social order continues to provide the missing link necessary for the comprehensive development of economic thought beyond the rational choice theories of mainstream academia. In order to make some sense of the political economy of the twenty-first century it is necessary to understand how economic, political and cultural policies have come to be determined primarily by the financial powers of the corporate world.
Civilization is at a critical juncture, where circumstances require that each of us take greater responsibility, not only for ourselves and our home communities, but also for the common good of humanity as a whole.
The Social Credit Secretariat came into being in the inter-war years of the 20th century. Its purpose was to provide a contextual framework for informed discussion of contemporary issues, thus strengthening local community support for local agriculture, banking, law, education, medicine, arts, crafts, finance and information flows. See Booklist/Sheffield Catalogue [when available] on the full range of topics. The future task of the Social Credit Secretariat is to work with the adult education movements of the 21st century.