The regular readers of The Michael Journal know that every issue of this journal contains articles about the Social Credit financial proposals, which are more timely than ever to solve today's economic problems. This Social Credit idea may raise many questions among our new readers, and one article is certainly not enough to answer all these questions, or to give a clear understanding of the whole concept of Social Credit. Besides, most people simply do not have the time to read long books on the subject.
So, here is the solution: the Social Credit proposals explained in 10 lessons, each one being the logical continuation of the previous one. The first lesson begins with principles, and from there, we lay the foundations to have a full knowledge of all that Social Credit implies. Here is the list of the ten lessons:
Lesson 1: The end of economics — to make goods join those who need them;
Lesson 2: Poverty amidst plenty — The birth and death of money;
Lesson 3: Banks create money as a debt;
Lesson 4: The solution: debt-free money created by society;
Lesson 5: The chronic shortage of purchasing power — The dividend;
Lesson 6: Money and prices — The compensated discount;
Lesson 7: The history of banking control in the United States, and famous quotes on money;
Lesson 8: Social Credit is not a political party, but a sound and effective financial system;
Lessons 9 and 10: Social Credit and the social doctrine of the Church, which explain, among other things, the four basic principles of the social doctrine of the Catholic Church and the study of Social Credit by nine theologians.