Explore a Wealth of Knowledge

Welcome to our expansive Learn Page, a treasure trove of information providing the widest selection of Douglas Social Credit material on the web. Whether you’re a newcomer trying to understand the basics or a scholar diving deep into the nuances of Douglas Social Credit our curated categories cater to all.

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Videos & Animations

Effortlessly dive into the world of Douglas Social Credit with our engaging collection of videos and animations. Perfect for beginners seeking a visual introduction, our short animations demystify complex concepts and provide a captivating entry point into the realm of Douglas Social Credit.

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Insights and Commentary

Engage with our team’s insights, commentary on current economic trends, and explorations into the heart of Douglas Social Credit

Shortform Writing

Articles up to 20 pages by a range of authors. Perfect for that idle coffee break.

Books & Longform Writing

Embark on deeper explorations through our curated collection of articles and books on the philosophical, political and economic aspects of Douglas Social Credit, including the most important titles by C.H. Douglas.

The Social Credit Newsletter Archive

Chronicles of Social Credit through the Years: The Social Credit Journal and The Social Crediter – Published from 1934 to 1995 the journal Social Credit and later The Social Crediter was the official organ of the Social Credit Secretariat in the UK. It had as its objective the extension of democratic principles into economic life. This is the most extensive publication of this journal anywhere on the web.

The ‘New Age Magazine’ Archive

The New Age Magazine – One of the most influential publications of the early twentieth century, The New Age was a weekly review of politics, literature and arts. After the Second World War, then editor A.R. Orage began publishing the works of C.H. Douglas. He would eventually abandon his socialist ideas replacing them with Social Credit. Notable contributors include, H.G. Wells, Hilaire Belloc, George Bernard Shaw and G.K. Chesterton. Published between 1894 and 1938 our collection of The New Age includes all issues from the year 1924.

The Fig Tree Quarterly Review Archive

The Fig Tree was edited by C.H. Douglas in the years 1936 – 1939. It provides an interesting commentary from a Social Credit perspective on the economic and political conditions immediately prior to the outbreak war in 1939.

Extended Resources & Links

Discover a variety of resources that don’t neatly fit into specific categories but hold immense value nonetheless. Our ‘All and General’ section serves as a catch-all for miscellaneous gems, ensuring you don’t miss out on any vital insights.

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