Political theory and Catholic social teaching
I agree not every worker even the highly skilled ones are qualified to run a business. That's fine and they can find employment with another. I don't understand these arguments against distributism where one point is taken and driven to an absurd conclusion as if to prove it is logically incorrect.

All distributism says is a guy like me should have access to moola so I can hire those guys. I know of no mandate in it that everyone must be an owner of a business. Further the property spoken of could be a home, but unlike today where the banks have inflated the prices beyond any correlation to it's worth. And the loans are designed to make the home owner a slave.


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Re: Political theory and Catholic social teaching - by Tim - 07-04-2013, 04:17 PM

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