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What is Distributism Part Two - B with Joe Grabowski.
In this episode, Joe will help us understand Chesterton and Bellocs critiques of both capitalism and socialism, and introduce us to another figure, Father Vincent McNabb. What are the central ideas of distributism?

Please read online or download this free PDF that goes along with the podcast, and follow the links to read more about this topic.

http://www.joegrabowski.com/episode2Bnotes.html

To contact Joe Grabowski for quiestions, comments, or discussions, please write fill out the contact form on Joe's website (Joegrabowski.com) or write JLG@joegrabowski.com

Thank you for listening!

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What is Distributism Part Two - A with Joe Grabowski.
In this episode, Joe will help us understand who were the chief writers and thinkers of Catholic Social Teaching and lay the groundwork for us to discuss the chief thinkers regarding distributism.

Please read online or download this free PDF that goes along with the podcast, and follow the links to read more about this topic.

http://www.joegrabowski.com/CSTnotes.html

To contact Joe Grabowski for quiestions, comments, or discussions, please write fill out the contact form on Joe's website (Joegrabowski.com) or write JLG@joegrabowski.com

Thank you for listening!

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Direct download: Joe2_103.mp3
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In this episode of Uncommon Sense, a new series is started all about Distributism. Our guest host is Joe Grabowski, head of the Philadelphia Chesterton Society and someone who has studied a great deal about Distributism.

This begins a four-part series on the subject. The first is this.

The History of Distributism
Where does it come from?
What is its pedigree as a philosophy?
What are the movements and ideas to which it was responding in history?

Books recommended in this episode:
Catholicism, Protestantism, and Capitalism by Amintore Fanfani https://www.amazon.com/Capitalism-Protestantism-Catholicism-Campanini-Amintore/dp/B00866G18A/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1512080607&sr=8-2&keywords=catholicism+protestantism+and+capitalism

American Chesterton Society titles about Distributism: https://www.chesterton.org/product-category/books/on-distributism/

For more Joe Grabowski, see his talk on Evelyn Waugh here: https://www.chesterton.org/shop/chesterton-evelyn-waugh/

Hillaire Belloc, the Cruise of the Nona: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=hill+air+belloc+nona&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Ahill+air+belloc+nona

Read Rerum Novarum here: http://w2.vatican.va/content/leo-xiii/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_l-xiii_enc_15051891_rerum-novarum.html

 

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International Institute for Culture invited Joseph Grabowski to speak about Distributism, Hudge and Gudge, and "What's Wrong with the World?"


www.iiculture.org


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Direct download: 01_Who_Are_Hudge_and_Gudge_and_Why_Should_I_Care_.mp3
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