Social Credit Theory

Social Credit TheoryIn the “Social Credit Theory” section of this website, you will find an introduction to the basic Social Credit worldview and science of association, a series of questions and answers regarding various key elements of Social Credit thought, an archive composed of as many of C.H. Douglas’ books, articles, and addresses as have been made electronically available, an archive containing the writings of other, authoritative Social Credit expositors, and a set of links that are either directly or indirectly related to Social themes and concerns.

 

Social Credit is the policy of a philosophy. It is something based on what you profoundly believe – what at any rate, I profoundly believe, and hope you will – to be a portion of reality. It is probably a very small portion, but we have glimpsed a portion of reality, and that conception of reality is a philosophy, and the action that we take based upon that conception is a policy, and that policy is Social Credit.

C.H. Douglas, The Policy of a Philosophy

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