Science of the Social Credit Measured in Terms of Human Satisfaction
Christian based service movement warning about threats to rights and freedom irrespective of the label, Science of the Social Credit Measured in Terms of Human Satisfaction

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing"
Edmund Burke

Science of the Social Credit Measured in Terms of Human Satisfaction

Michael Lane's Library

for Articles from Michael Lane, see below
 Charles Ferguson:
Herald of Social Credit

Those who possess the skills hold the whip-hand of financial power - if they did but know it. And there is no great difficulty about their being made to know it. Indeed the secret can no longer be kept.
 Human Ecology and Social Credit:
The Legacy of Tom Robertson

That the financial mechanism infiltrates all, means that its raw nerves are exposed at every point. If the octopus has its tentacles everywhere all you have to do is bite.
Michael Lane's two booklets Charles Ferguson: Herald of Social Credit and
Human Ecology and Social Credit: The Legacy of Tom Robertson

All $1.00, Price does not include postage. Available from League Book Services.
Anthony Cooney
 Social Credit: Obelisks
"How is it that in 1495 the labourer was able to maintain himself in a standard of living considerably higher, relatively to his generation, than that of the present time, with only fifty days labour a year, whereas now millions are working in an age of marvelous machinery the whole year round, in an effort to maintain themselves and their families just above the line of destitution?" C.H. Douglas

Social Credit: Aspects
"As I conceive it, Social Credit covers and comprehends a great deal more than the money problem. Important as that is, primarily important because it is a question of priority, Social Credit fundamentally involves a conception...of the relationships between individuals and their association in countries and nations, between individuals and their association in groups." Clifford Hugh Douglas 'The Approach to Reality'

 Social Credit: Asterisks
A century ago C.H. Douglas revealed to the world that banks creat money out of nothing. He challenged the monopoly of credit and those who control it. Increasing and unrepayable world debt has rekindled interest in Douglas' works, his practical proposals and glimpse of reality.

Clifford Hugh Douglas
Heralded as the Einstein of economics, Douglas gave a glimps of reality to the world. He warned that debt, heavy taxation and inflation was inevitable under centralised financial policies which are in need of correction.


 Hilaire Belloc
"If we do not restore the Institution of Property we cannot escape restoring the Institution of Slavery". An introduction to this celebrated thinker and writer. He challenged the state on social and economic issues by contending that the dignity of man as a rational being require both freedom and security.
 One Sword at Least: G.K. Chesterton
A glimpse at the genius of Chesterton, author of over 100 books, poet, jounalist, editor, contor-versialist, biogapher, publisher, playwright, debater, traveller, lecturer, illustrator and prophet. Readers are challenged to discover Chesterton for themselves.
Books by Michael Lane "Herald of Social Credit", "Human Ecology: and Social Credit" - All $1.00.
Books by Anthony Cooney "Social Credit: Obelisks", "Social Credit: Aspects", "Social Credit Asterisks", "Clifford Hugh Douglas",
"Hilaire Belloc 1870-1953","One Sword at Least - G.K. Chesterton"
All $1.00, Price does not include postage. Available from League Book Services.
Articles available from Michael Lane
The Capital College
William Morris
Municipal Social Credit
A Defence Against Arbitrary Taxation
Berkeley and Ruskin
Address to the ALOR
A Little Superproducer
Two-Phase Social Credit Plan
Rare Charles Ferguson Essays
The Technarchy and the Capital College by Charles Ferguson
Douglas and the Jews
Social Credit of the Left
The Life and Work of Anthony Cooney
Power and Freedom
The King's Word
Social Credit as a Moral Force
The Economics of Real Things
The Seven Samurai
Princess Mononoke
Kurosawa's Scandal
A Comic Book That Moveth To Tears
A History of Us
Kurasawa's Red Beard
White Moments and Miyazaki's Kiki
Remembrance of the Past in Beowulf
One-Man Initiatives
Cooney's St. George
One-Man Initiatives, Part II
Kurosawa's No Regrets for Our Youth
The River
Kurosawa's The Most Beautiful
The Water of Life
The Beginnings of Things
The Madagascar Experiment
Resurrection: Kurosawa's Ikiru
Where the Heart Is
Kurosawa's Sanjuro
The Velveteen Princess: Kurosawa's Hidden Fortress
Bravery and Innocence: Kurosawa's Drunken Angel
Social Credit Fragments
Social Credit Fragments Part II
Ruskin Revisited Part 1
The A & B Theorum & Tragedy of Human Effort
Ruskin Revisited Part II
Revisitng Ruskin, Conclusion
Sons and Daughters of the Wind, Part 1
Sons and Daughters of the Wind, Conclusion