At the height of the Great Depression, the founder of the Social Credit movement, Major Clifford Hugh Douglas (1879-1952), described the proposal for a National Dividend in the following terms:

It seems that more and more people in various countries are starting to take proposals for the introduction of a basic income quite seriously.

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