Publisher: IHS Press
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 476 g
Dimensions: 228 x 152 x 25 mm
"The contributors . . . offer an alternate vision that promises the recovery of individual freedom, social health, and the humane tradition." --Mark Malvasi, PhD, professor, department of history, Randolph-Macon College
"This excellent anthology offers a genuine 'third way,' meeting the needs of individuals formed and shaped in families and communities, while achieving the common good." --Joseph Pappin III, PhD, dean, University of South Carolina-Lancaster
"A valuable collection of essays. With insight, old principles are brought to bear on contemporary social inequities." --Jude P. Dougherty, PhD, dean emeritus, school of philosophy, The Catholic University of America
"The moral importance of the essays gathered together here lies in the vexing questions they are certain to cause thoughtful readers to ask." --Cicero Bruce, PhD, professor of English, Southern Catholic College
"This rich and provocative collection will acquaint a new generation of readers with the enduring wisdom of the Catholic tradition." --Peter A. Huff, PhD, T. L. James Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Centenary College of Louisiana; author, Allen Tate and the Catholic Revival: Trace of the Fugitive Gods
"This wonderful volume contains the provocative and well-argued writings of some of the finest distributist minds alive today." --Andrew V. Abela, PhD, professor, department of business and economics, The Catholic University of America
"This collection of essays challenges the sterile idealism of the communist and the purposeless empiricism of the capitalist--with both good humor and sound reasoning." --John C. Medaille, author, The Vocation of Business: Social Justice in the Marketplace
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