A NATIONAL DIVIDEND TO….

Cancel debt, prevent inflation and to decentralise financial control of production to the consumers.

Geoffrey Dobbs wrote of C. H. Douglas’ 1924 proposal in an August/September 1988 “Home” journal Book Review:  A Personal Basic Income For All:

“In 1924 C. H. Douglas put forward a specific proposal for a National Dividend in his book Social Credit in an appended Scheme for Scotland. This was, and remains, the best known of the proposals put forward by C. H. Douglas and the Social Credit Movement which he initiated, though never as an inflexible objective or a panacea, always as a part of a package accurately designed to cancel debt, prevent inflation, and to decentralise financial control of production to the consumers….”

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