Other Social Credit Authors

Capt. W. Adams

Real Wealth and Financial Poverty

Real-Wealth-and-Financial-Poverty-Adams-Part-1-of-4.pdf

Real-Wealth-and-Financial-Poverty-Adams-Part-2-of-4.pdf

Real-Wealth-and-Financial-Poverty-Adams-Part-3-of-4.pdf

Real-Wealth-and-Financial-Poverty-Adams-Part-4-of-4.pdf

Arthur Brenton

(Editor of The New Age)

a. "Social Credit in Summary"

Social-Credit-in-Summary.pdf

b. The Veil of Finance

Veil-of-Finance-by-Arthur-Brenton.pdf

Victor Bridger

a. A$ + B$ and All That

A-B-and-All-That-by-Victor-Bridger-complete.pdf

b. Social Credit - National Accounting

Social-Credit-National-Accounting-Victor-Bridger.pdf

c. What is Social Credit?

SocialCreditDefined.pdf

W.B. Brockie

New Credits for New Production

Brockie-New-Credits-for-New-Production-a-Wealth-Pump.pdf

Eric Butler

(Founder of the Australian League of Rights)

a. The Enemy Within the Empire

The-Enemy-Within-the-Empire-Short-History-of-Bank-of-England-Eric-Butler.pdf

b. The Money Power and Democracy

Money-Power-and-Democracy-Eric-Butler.pdf

c. Releasing Reality

Releasing-Reality-SOCIAL-CREDIT-AND-THE-KINGDOM-OF-GOD-by-Eric-Butler.pdf

d. Social Credit and Christian Philosophy

Social-Credit-and-Christian-Philosophy-Eric-D-Butler.pdf

L.D.Byrne

a. Faith, Power, and Action

FaithPowerAndAction.pdf

b. Mr. Macpherson's Feud

C-B-Macpherson-s-Feud-L-Denis-Byrne.pdf

c. The Nature of Social Credit

TheNatureOfSocialCredit.pdf

Maurice Colbourne

a. The Meaning of Social Credit

The-Meaning-of-Social-Credit-by-Maurice-Colbourne-1-of-4.pdf

The-Meaning-of-Social-Credit-by-Maurice-Colbourne-2-of-4.pdf

The-Meaning-of-Social-Credit-by-Maurice-Colbourne-3-of-4.pdf

The-Meaning-of-Social-Credit-by-Maurice-Colbourne-4-of-4.pdf

b. Unemployment or War

Unemployment-or-War-by-Maurice-Colbourne-reformatted.pdf

Geoffrey Dobbs

(Close Douglas associate, Professor of Botany at Bangor, Wales)

a. Geoffrey Dobbs' introduction to the fifth edition of Economic Democracy

Introduction-to-CHD-s-Economic-Democracy-by-Geoffrey-Dobbs.pdf

b. The Just Tax

TheJustTax.pdf

Duke of Bedford

a. The Absurdity of the National Debt

absurdity-of-national-debt-duke-of-bed.pdf

b. Debt-free Prosperity

debt-free-prosperity-duke-of-bedford.pdf

c. Poverty and Over-Taxation: The Way Out

poverty-and-over-taxation-duke-of-bedford.pdf

d. The Years of Transition

the-years-of-transition-d-of-b.pdf

Hewlett Edwards

"What We Are About"

What-we-are-about-hewlett-edwards.pdf

M. Gordon-Cumming

Money in Industry

Money-in-Industry-by-M-Gordon-Cumming-Final.pdf

C.J.H.

"The Keynesian Revolution"

The-Keynesian-Revolution-1.pdf

John Hargrave

Social Credit Clearly Explained

Social-Credit-Clearly-Explained-Hargrave1.pdf

Social-Credit-Clearly-Explained-Hargrave2.pdf

C. Marshall Hattersley

The Community's Credit

communityscredit00hattrich.pdf

J.T. Hollow

Capital and Income

Capital-and-Income-by-JT-Hollow.pdf

T.V. Holmes

The Nature of Credit, Sacred and Profane

The-nature-of-credit-sacred-and-profane.pdf

E.S. Holter

The ABC of Social Credit

TheAbcOfSocialCredit.pdf

Tudor Jones

(Close Douglas associate, Physicist, and first successor to Douglas as Chairman of the Social Credit Secretariat)

a. Elements of Social Credit

Elements-of-Social-Credit-Dr-Tudor-Jones-1-of-2.pdf

Elements-of-Social-Credit-Dr-Tudor-Jones-2-of-2.pdf

b. You and Parliament

You-and-Parliament-Tudor-Jones.pdf

A.W. Joseph

a. The A+B Theorem

The-A-B-Theorem-A-W-Joseph-reformatted.pdf

b. Banking and Industry

Banking-and-Industry-by-AW-Joseph-Reformatted.pdf

Dennis Klinck

a. "The Delusion of Ownership" - Seed

The-Delusion-of-Ownership-SEED.pdf

b. "Pound, Social Credit, and the Critics"

Pound-Social-Credit-and-Critics-by-Dennis-R-Klinck.pdf

Robert Klinck

a. "Economist Savaged at Local School"

HIGHTECHTIMESJAN88.pdf

b. "Finance and the Environment"

KlinckFinanceEnviron-1.pdf

c. "The Future of Employment"

HIGHTECHTIMESAPRIL88.pdf

Wallace Klinck

a. "On the Proper Role of the Lieutenant Governor and the Governor General"

Roles-of-Lieutenant-Governor-and-Governor-General-1.pdf

Georges-Henri Lévesque, O.P.

Social Credit and Catholicism

levesque-g-h-social-credit-and-catholicism.pdf

C.G.M.

The Nation's Credit

The-Nation-s-Credit-by-CGM-1.pdf

J.D. Malan

a. The A+B Theorem

TheA-BTheorem.pdf

b. Money, Fact, and Fiction

MoneyFactFiction.pdf

c. Natural Cost and the Ownership of Money

NATURALCOSTandtheOWNERSHIPOFMONEY.pdf

A. Hamilton McIntyre

Thirteen Years of Progress

Thirteen-Years-of-Progress.pdf

Bryan W. Monahan

a. Alternative to Disaster

Alternative-to-Disaster-by-Dr-B-W-Monahan.pdf

b. An Introduction to Social Credit

AnIntroductionToSocialCredit.pdf

c. Neither Do They Spin

Neither-Do-They-Spin-Monahan.pdf

d. A Social Credit Perspective

Socal-Credit-Perspective.pdf

e. Why I am a Social Crediter?

WhyIAmASocialCrediter.pdf

H.M. Murray (H.M.M.)

a. The A+B Theorem

The-A-BTheorem-by-H-M-Murray.pdf

b. An Outline of Social Credit

An-Outline-of-Social-Credit-by-H-M-Murray.pdf

c. The Struggle for Money

The-Struggle-for-Money-H-M-Murray.pdf

H.E. Nichols

Alberta's Fight for Freedom

Alberta-s-Fight-For-Freedom.pdf

R.L. Northridge

"The A+B Theorem"

NorthridgeABTheorem.pdf

A.R. Orage

a. "An Editor's Progress"

An-Editor-s-Progress-by-A-R-Orage-complete.pdf

b. "The BBC Speech on Social Credit" and "The Fear of Leisure"

BBCSpeechOnSocialCredit.pdf

H.R.P.

"The Cancellation Bogey"

MoneyCancellationPDF.pdf

R.S.J. Rands

The Problem of Money

The-Problem-of-Money-by-RSJ-Rands.pdf

W.H. Rhys

Real Wealth and Financial Poverty

Real-Wealth-and-Financial-Poverty-W-H-Rhys-Final-Edit.pdf

Thomas Robertson

Human Ecology

Thomas-Robertson-Human-Ecology-pages.pdf

Aubrey T. Westlake

Social Credit

Social-Credit-by-Aubrey-T-Westlake-1945.pdf

Jean Campbell Willett

Women and Poverty

Woman-and-Poverty.pdf

A.E. Willyams

Social Credit is For Me

Social-Credit-is-for-Me-Willyams-NO-COVER-1.pdf

Texts with Mutliple Authors

a. Leisure

Leisure-Fitzgerald-Purcell-Butler.pdf

b. The Southampton Chamber of Commerce - Report of the Economic Crisis Committee (1933)

SouthamptonChamberOfCommerce.pdf

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