Going My Way? Wending a Way Through the Stumbling Blocks Between Georgism and Catholicism

by Mason Gaffney

Scholarly article, 2012

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Gaffney, Mason. “Going My Way? Wending a Way Through the Stumbling Blocks Between Georgism and Catholicism.” The American Journal of Economics and Sociology, vol. 71, no. 4, 2012, pp. 886–912, https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1536-7150.2012.00843.x.

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Abstract supplied by Wiley Publishing: This essay surveys the issues between Georgists and Roman Catholics in three classes: issues that are not peculiarly Roman Catholic (RC) but play out across faiths and denominations, issues that are peculiarly RC, and points of similarity and agreement.
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Addressed in this fashion are the tensions that arise between the social gospel and individual salvation, between specifics and glittering generalities, between noblesse oblige and governmental reform, between the doctrine of original sin and tabula rasa, between the rich and the poor, between the dignity of labor and the honor of predation, between democracy and authority, between the regulatory emphasis rooted in the philosophy of Aquinas and free markets, and between plain talk and gobbledegook.
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[ ]: American Journal of Economics and Sociology

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