The Douglas Internet Archive

Books and Booklets

1. Economic Democracy (1920)

Economic-Democracy-Douglas.pdf

ECONOMIC-DEMOCRACY-MSWord-edited.pdf (5th edition)

2. Credit-Power and Democracy (first published in 1920, 2nd edition 1921)

Credit-Power-and-Democracy.pdf

3. The Control and Distribution of Production (1922)

The-Control-and-Distribution-of-Production.pdf

4. The Douglas Theory - A Reply to Mr. J.A. Hobson (1922)

The-Douglas-Theory.pdf

5. These Present Discontents and the Labour Party and Social Credit (1922)

These-Present-Discontents-and-The-Labour-Party-and-Social-Credit.pdf

6. Social Credit (first published in 1924, revised edition 1933)

Social-Credit-by-Major-Clifford-Hugh-Douglas.pdf

7. The Monopoly of Credit (first edition published in 1931, fourth edition published in 1979)

MonopolyOfCredit.pdf

8. Warning Democracy (first edition published in 1931, third edition publsihed in 1935)

WarningDemocracy.pdf

9. The New and The Old Economics (first published in 1932)

The-New-and-the-Old-Economics.pdf

10. Major C.H. Douglas Speaks (1933)

Major-C-H-Douglas-Speaks-1-of-2.pdf

Major-C-H-Douglas-Speaks-2-of-2.pdf

11. The Douglas Manual (Compiled by Philip Mairet - 1934)

The-Douglas-Manual-composed-by-Philp-Mairet.pdf

12. The Alberta Experiment (first published in 1937)

The-Alberta-Experiment.pdf

13. The Big Idea (1942)

The-Big-Idea-CH-Douglas.pdf

14. The "Land for the (Chosen) People" Racket (1942-1943)

The-Land-for-the-Chosen-People-Racket.pdf

Articles, Speeches, and Testimony

1. "The Delusion of Super-Producton" (1918)

The-Delusion-of-Super-Production.pdf

2."Exchange and Exports" (1919)

Exchange-and-Exports.pdf

3."A Mechanical View of Economics" (1919)

A-Mechanical-View-of-Economics.pdf

4. "The Pyramid of Power" (1919)

The-Pyramid-of-Power.pdf

5. "What is Capitalism?" (1919)

What-is-Capitalism.pdf

6. "The Mechanism of Consumer Control" (1920)

The-Mechanism-of-Consumer-Control-New-Age-Dec-16-23-30-1920.pdf

7. Testimony of C.H. Douglas before the Canadian Select Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce (1923)

Testimony-of-C-H-Douglas-before-the-Select-Standing-Committee-on-Banking-and-Commerce-Ottawa-1923.pdf

8. "Social Credit Principles" (1924)

Social-Credit-Principles.pdf

9. "A+B and the Bankers" (1925)

A-B-and-the-Bankers-CH-Douglas-New-Age-1925.pdf

10. "Socialism and Banking: A Reply" (1925)

Socialism-and-Banking-A-Reply-CH-Douglas.pdf

11. Testimony before the MacMillan Committee on Finance and Industry (1930)

MacMillianCommittee.pdf

12. "The Fallacy of a Balanced Budget" (1932)

The-Fallacy-of-a-Balanced-Budget.pdf

13. "Address Given by Major Douglas to Members of the Council" (1933)

major-douglas-to-the-council-4th-oct-1933.pdf

14. "The Birmingham Debate" - Debate between C.H. Douglas and R.G. Hawtrey (1933)

Debate-between-C-H-Douglas-and-Hawtrey-The-Birmingham-Debate.pdf

15. "The Douglas Credit Scheme" - BBC Debate between C.H. Douglas and Prof. Dennis Robertson (1933)

Debate-between-C-H-Douglas-and-Prof-Dennis-Robertson-BBC-Listener.pdf

16. "The Wireless Debate" - Douglas' Commentary on the Douglas-Robertson debate (1933)

Commentary-on-Douglas-Robertson-debate.pdf

17. The Douglas System of Credit: Evidence Taken by the Agricultural Committee of the Alberta Legislature (1934)

Douglas-System-Alberta-Agric-Comm-1934.pdf

18. "Major C.H. Douglas Before the New Zealand Government's Monetary Committee" (1934)

new-zealand-gov-monetry-comm-1934.pdf

19. "Major Douglas at Dunedin" (1934)

Major-Douglas-Dunedin-NZ-1934.pdf

20. "The Nature of Democracy" (1934)

TheNatureofDemocracy.pdf

21. "First Interim Report on the Possibilities of the Application of Social Credit Principles to the Province of Alberta" (1935)

first-interim-report-on-the-possibility-of-social-credit-in-alberta.pdf

22. "The Gold Standard and International Exchange" (1935)

The-Gold-Standard-and-International-Exchange.pdf

23. "Money and the Price System" (1935)

Money-and-the-Price-System.pdf

24. "The Use of Social Credit" (1935)

use-of-social-credit.pdf

25."Wanted: Political Consciousness" (1935)

Wanted-Political-Consciousness.pdf

26. "Why Social Credit?" (1935)

Why-Social-Credit.pdf

27. "The Approach to Reality" (1936)

approachtoreality.pdf

28. "The King: the Truth" (1936)

The-King-The-Truth.pdf

29. "Money: An Historical Survey" (1936)

money-an-historical-survey.pdf

30. "The Tragedy of Human Effort" (1936)

TheTragedyofHumanEffort.pdf

31. "Tyranny" (1936)

tyranny-taxation-system.pdf

32. "Dictatorship by Taxation" (1937)

DictatorshipByTaxation.pdf

33. "The Policy of a Philosophy" (1937)

PolicyPhilosophy.pdf

34. "Security: Institutional and Personal" (1937)

Security-Institutional-and-Personal.pdf

35. "Your War in Alberta" (1937)

Your-War-in-Alberta.pdf

36. "Party Politics" (1938)

Party-Politics-by-C-H-Douglas-July-29-1938.pdf

37. "Letter to Hitler" (1939)

Letter-to-Herr-Hitler.pdf

38. "Realistic Constitutionalism" (1947)

RealisticConstitutionalism.pdf

39. "Major Douglas Analyzes 'Social Credit' in Alberta" (1948)

maj-douglas-analyzes-soc-cred-in-alberta.pdf

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