By Kirkpatrick Sale, Tobias J. Lanz, John Sharpe
Explaining the socio-economic thought of distributism, this anthology argues that political, fiscal, and social liberties and freedom are penalized less than either socialism and capitalism. With distributism—and different "third way" possible choices to capitalism—the human individual, the kinfolk, and the group take priority over bureaucrats and barons. Society exists for guy, no longer the opposite direction round.
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21 In the case of states that include at least one developing country, dyads that include allies trade about 42 percent more with each other than do other states in the same group, a large and significant difference. Relative to their trade with base-group states, allied pairs of states in the other industrial-country group trade about 18 percent more with each other, a significant increase. 1 conform to existing studies. States that are GSP members actually experience a small but significant fall in their trade of about 8 percent.
Beyond Capitalism & Socialism: A New Statement of an Old Ideal by Kirkpatrick Sale, Tobias J. Lanz, John Sharpe