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  • Actionby Jean Ousset

    IHS Press 2002; US$ 14.95

    This book considers different kinds of action; how to gauge the effectiveness of action; whether or not one or more actions are complementary or mutually destructive; and who should carry out the actions. French writer, thinker, and activist Jean Ousset examines the fundamental questions of effective social action, such as ideology, people, resources,... more...

  • Irish Impressionsby G. K. Chesterton; Dr. Dermot Seton Hall University Quinn

    IHS Press 2002; US$ 12.95

    Written at the defining moment when Ireland was heading toward complete national independence, Chesterton's study of the Irish question demonstrates that if both the English and the Irish had modified their attitudes slightly, subsequent Anglo-Irish relations could have been radically improved. Unlike most historians, he tackles the question from... more...

  • Twelve Typesby G. K. Chesterton; Malcolm Brennan

    IHS Press 2002; US$ 9.95

    G. K. Chesterton's biographical essays provide unique portraits of 12 of Europe's most defining figures. Written by one of the world's master essayists, this collection richly expresses Chesterton's thoughts on Charlotte Brontë, William Morris, Byron, Pope, St. Francis of Assisi, Rostand, Charles II, Stevenson, Thomas Carlyle, Tolstoy, Savonarola,... more...

  • Flee to the Fieldsby Dr. Tobias Lanz

    IHS Press 2003; US$ 12.95

    Back in print after 68 years, this anthology of essays is a classic survey of the Catholic reaction to problems created by the industrial revolution and socialism and is a unique milestone in the history of social thought. Reacting to the Depression and the seeming inadequacies of capitalism and socialism, these thinkers contributed landmark essays... more...

  • Charles Iby Hilaire Belloc; Dr. Clyde Wilson

    IHS Press 2003; US$ 15.95

    A striking portrait of Charles I, this book also looks closely at the role that the burgeoning financial powers played in shaping European politics and the effects that these powers had on the English monarchy during his reign. Belloc also explores the consequences of these effects for Europe generally. At the same time, it is a detailed study of... more...

  • Ethics and the National Economyby Heinrich Pesch; Dr. Rupert Ederer

    IHS Press 2003; US$ 13.95

    Written toward the end of World War I, this study of economics tackles the issue from the standpoint of religion and philosophy by summarizing the Catholic school of economics, which insists that the welfare of human beings belongs at the center of any real economy and that other systems that place either the individual or the state at the center... more...

  • Richelieuby Hilaire Belloc; Fr. Michael Crowdy

    IHS Press 2005; US$ 15.95

    A biography of Cardinal Richelieu of France—considered by many to be the founder of modern Europe—this book does not seek to make Richelieu a figure either of irrational worship or irrational hate. Belloc impartially examines Richelieu's life and career, delves into his Catholic and family roots, and pinpoints their relevance to the development of... more...

  • The Guild Stateby G. R. S. Taylor; Anthony Cooney; Dr. Roger McCain

    IHS Press 2005; US$ 11.95

    The medieval guild is deconstructed into political theory and social commentary in this contemporary look at one of the most important social institutions of the Middle Ages. Essential principles and values underlying the guild system are discussed with a view toward applying them to current societal ills such as unemployment, absentee corporate ownership,... more...

  • The Church at the Turning Points of Historyby Godfrey Kurth; Patrick Foley

    IHS Press 2008; US$ 12.95

    Having survived 2,000 years of attacks, emperors, kings, traditions and philosophies, and heresies and schisms, the Catholic church and its place in history are the focus of this compelling chronicle. This miracle of constant regeneration, the book explains, is both the mystery of the church for nonbelievers and the confirmation of the truth for Catholics.... more...

  • Beyond Capitalism & Socialismby Tobias J. Lanz; John Sharpe; Kirkpatrick Sale

    IHS Press 2008; US$ 18.95

    Explaining the socio-economic theory of distributism, this anthology argues that political, economic, and social liberties and freedom are penalized under both socialism and capitalism. With distributism—and other "third way" alternatives to capitalism—the human person, the family, and the community take precedence over bureaucrats and barons. Society... more...