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A matter of life or debt

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Eric de Mare was a noted photographer and an active proponent of Social Credit. In this book he assesses the global economy of the time (1986 for this edition) and decries the mass unemployment, starvation and waste that he sees. Resisting categorisation on the political left or right he advocates the concept of Social Credit as being 'the only solution'. A fascinating insight into the economic history of the period and the political thinking as well.

This copy has some slight indents on the front cover, some scuffing of the edges and spine and some faint pencil marks on the first inside page. It is otherwise very well preserved. The first page is signed by the author and dedicated to Professor Charles Hardy, dated 1987. It also includes a letter from the author to the Professor commending a series of radio talks by the latter, dated 1987.

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Author(s):
Eric de Mare
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
13 x 18.5 x 0.5cm
Edition:
Third
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0949667838
ISBN-13:
9780949667830
Number of pages:
140
Publisher:
Veritas
Title:
A matter of life or debt

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Eric de Mare was a noted photographer and an active proponent of Social Credit. In this book he assesses the global economy of the time (1986 for this edition) and decries the mass unemployment, starvation and waste that he sees. Resisting categorisation on the political left or right he advocates the concept of Social Credit as being 'the only solution'. A fascinating insight into the economic history of the period and the political thinking as well.

This copy has some slight indents on the front cover, some scuffing of the edges and spine and some faint pencil marks on the first inside page. It is otherwise very well preserved. The first page is signed by the author and dedicated to Professor Charles Hardy, dated 1987. It also includes a letter from the author to the Professor commending a series of radio talks by the latter, dated 1987.

Author(s):
Eric de Mare
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
13 x 18.5 x 0.5cm
Edition:
Third
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0949667838
ISBN-13:
9780949667830
Number of pages:
140
Publisher:
Veritas
Title:
A matter of life or debt

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