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Hilaire Belloc, 1870-1953

By Anthony Cooney

ISBN 0953507734
Third Way Publications £5.00
Paper – 25 A5 pages

Hilaire Belloc was a soldier, sailor, scholar, traveller, poet, historian, essayist, biographer, novelist and political philosopher, the epitome of “Renaissance Man”. He was also a political activist. With fellow writer G.K. Chesterton, Belloc was a leading advocate of distributism. Distributism advocates widespread property ownership and condemns both capitalism and those forms of socialism which lead to concentrations of power and wealth. Anthony Cooney, a modern-day distributist and editor of the Liverpool Newsletter, tells his story.


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