From The Distributist Review
By Karl Schmude
Apparently Big Business must be accepted because it is invulnerable, and spared because it is vulnerable.7
Thousands of peaceful semi-Tolstoian Nonconformists have for six years been compelled to listen every Saturday morning to a fiery apostle preaching … War, Drink and Catholicism.14
Distributism [writes Dermot Quinn] chimed with the rest of Chesterton’s thought…. The point and pith of Chestertonian economics is integration. Ask a distributist the purpose of work. He will reply with unconscious wisdom that it is to keep body and soul together. Chesterton explored that insight, made it a motto.20
Karl Schmude is the President of the Australian Chesterton Society and a frequent speaker and writer on religious and cultural subjects. He is a co-founder of Australia’s first Catholic Liberal Arts college, Campion College in Sydney.