This compilation of important distributist authors delivers valuable insight into the manifest problems of society. Although most of the contributions were written more than 50 years ago, the questions raised by the writers have remained largely unanswered, and essays regarding topics like education, work, and freedom have lost little relevance in the ensuing decades. Featured authors include Eric Gill, Harold J. Massingham, and Dorothy Sayers.Without consulting me at all, a small and gossipy paper recently informed its readers that two of my favourite hobbies were agardening and ... It was recently reported in various local papers that, in a public address, I had delivered some 20, 000 words in the space of an hour and a quarter. ... The error was thus precisely 150 per cent., a useful figure on which to base onea#39;s estimate of truth in reporting.
|Title||:||Distributist Perspectives: Volume II|
|Author||:||D. O'Huallachain, John Sharpe, Allan Carlson|
|Publisher||:||IHS Press - 2008-09-01|