2 edition of Poverty and plenty: the true national dividend found in the catalog.
Poverty and plenty: the true national dividend
William Richard Lester
by Pub. by the Hogarth press, for the Henry George foundation of Great Britain in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Social credit, The pros and cons of.|
|Statement||[by] W.R. Lester ...|
|Series||Day to day pamphlets,, no. 26|
|Contributions||Douglas, C. H. 1879-1952.|
|LC Classifications||HG355 .L46|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||36009140|
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Poverty and plenty: the true national dividend. London, Pub. by the Hogarth press, for the Henry George foundation of Great Britain, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Richard Lester; C H Douglas.
Social Crediters call this second source of income a “national dividend”. A dividend distributed to all in order to buy the production that is made by machinery.
A dividend, to pay for the products that wages are less and less able to pay for, products that are made more. The Social Credit dividend will distribute the production that is now being lost or being suppressed at its source. It will not cause production to dry up. It will stimulate it. Not welfare.
Let us not mistake the Poverty and plenty: the true national dividend book for welfare. The dividend is not public charity, but a. The subject of the National Dividend is a fascinating one from both the economic and human points of view. But despite its many advantages we shall leave this subject with the remark that the National Dividend would abolish Poverty.
It would bring economic security to all consumers and put an end to the existing exploitation of human labor. The title of the book — In This Age of Plenty — clearly shows that we are dealing with an economy of plenty, of an easier access to the immense possibilities of modern production.
“Old economics” could well have been found under the title of "The Age of Gold" or any other rare commodity, at a time when production itself often failed. Famous Quotes About the Poor and Poverty.
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“Global extreme poverty has declined to percent of the world population; years ago, it was at 90 percent.”. In her critically-acclaimed book, Worlds Apart: Why Poverty Persists in Rural America, published inCynthia M. Duncan explored why some families stay mired in poverty generation after.
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The belief that poverty has been virtually eliminated in Britain is commonly held. It has been reiterated in parliament and the press and has gained authority from a stream of books and papers published by economists, sociologists and others in the post‐war years.
1 In the main the proposition rests on three generalizations which are accepted as facts. The difference isn’t large. If we look at people with income below percent of the federal poverty level (which translates to $32, for a family of four), 39 percent of them are obese, vs.
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Inspired by books with titles like The Other America: Poverty in the United States (Harrington, ) and In the Midst of Plenty: The Poor in America (Bagdikian, ) that described the plight of the poor in heartbreaking detail, the federal government established various funding programs and other policies that greatly lowered the poverty.
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On slide 3, you will see a main Game Board. But there were plenty of lesser-known books published during the twentieth century that offered excellent financial advice and espoused the principles of financial independence.
Infor instance, as part of a series of books called “The Franklin System”, Lansing Smith wrote Gaining Financial Security.Extreme poverty is therefore a measure of severe income deprivation, while near poverty includes both the poverty stricken and those on the outer edges of poverty.
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