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Can you tell us the publisher, or where we may buy it?
Luca
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From: David Griffith <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Saturday, January 17, 2004 11:46 PM
Subject: A Vision of Social Credit in Practice


> Thought some of this group might be interested to know of a newly-released
> novel by Robert Heinlein, "For Us, the Living" (written in 1938 but never
> published until now).  This novel -- a contemporary-man-visits the-future
> tale in the tradition of Edward Bellamy or later H. G. Wells -- describes
the
> workings of a society whose economy is explicitly based on the social
credit
> theories of C. H. Douglas.
>
> David Griffith