and the Property-Owning Democracy
Noel Skelton was a Scottish Conservative politician between the wars. His radical proposals for widespread home ownership, agricultural smallholdings and capital-labour co-partnerships in industry owed much to the “distributist” program of Hilaire Belloc and G.K. Chesterton. His vision of a property-owning democracy became the cornerstone of the postwar British Conservative governments of Anthony Eden and Harold Macmillan.
Hardcover, 383 pages