Production Capitalism vs. Financial Capitalism Symbiosis and Parasitism. An Evolutionary Perspective

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The classics in this field are, in particular (in alphabetical order), Bertram Dybvad Brochmann (N), Clifford Hugh Douglas (1879-1952) (GB), Robert Eisler (AU), Silvio Gesell (B), Arthur Kitson (GB), Howard Scott (US), Fredrick Soddy (GB) and Rudolf Steiner (D). Chronologically, Arthur Kitson, Silvio Gesell and Strautenrauch would have to be put first.

Other influencial persons are:

Hollis, Christopher (GB), 1902‑1977.

A thorough bibliography on the Technocracy movement can be found in Akin, William E. (1977) below.


Many historical articles on Technocracy can be found in William E. Akin’s book.

(.?.). (1920). Credit-power and democracy: with a draft scheme for the mining industry. London: Cecil Palmer
Adams, W. (1925). Real wealth and financial poverty: a study of the present financial system as a monopoly of

money, and its relation to productive industry, social poverty, and economic war, from the point of view of

the Douglas credit analysis, London

Adamson, Martha and Raymond A. Moore. (1934). Technocracy:Some Questions Answered, New York:

Technocracy Inc.

** Akin, William E. (1977). Technocracy and the American dream: the technocrat movement, 1900-1941,

Berkeley: University of California Press

All American Technology Society. (1933). Manless Machnies and Workless Man, Chicago: All American

Technology Society

Allen, Robert C. & Gideon Rosenbluth. (1986). Restraining the economy: social credit, economic policies for

B. C. in the eighties, Vancouver: New Star Books

Arkright, Frank. (1933). The ABC of technocracy based on authorized material, New York: Harper

Baker, Charles. (1932. Pathways Back to Prosperity, New York: Funk ans Wagnalls

Barr, John J. (1974). The dynasty: the rise and fall of social credit in Alberta, Toronto: McClelland and Stewart

Beard, Charles A. (1930). The American Leviathan: The Republic in the Machine Age, New York: Macmillan

Beard, Charles A. (1932). America Faces the Future, Bosotn: Houghton Mifflin

Bell, Edward Allan. (1993). Social classes and Social Credit in Alberta, foreword by Maurice Pinard,

Montreal ; Buffalo: McGill-Queen's University Press

Blanshard, Paul. (1933). Technocracy and Socialism, New York: League for Industrial Democracy

Boudreau, Joseph A. (.1975). Alberta, Aberhart, and Social Credit, Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston of


Brandon, Joseph. (1933). Technocracy or Democracy: Which Shall Govrn Our Industries, Hollis, NY:


Brochmann, Bertram Dybvad. (1953). World economy problems in the light of modern psychology. New

Orientation. New Acknowledgement. New Life's Program. To the Universal Holy Realm Congress, Paris,

Dec. 1953, Bergen

Burnham, James. (1941). The Managerial Revolution, New York: John Day

Chaplin,Ralph. (1948). The Rough-and-Tumble of an American Radical, Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Chase, Stuart. (1925). The tragedy of waste, New York: Macmillan, reprint 1930

Chase, Stuart. (1930). Men and machines, illustrated by W.T. Murch. – New York: MacMillan, 1930

Chase, Stuart. (1931). And F.J. Schlink, Your money’s worth: a study in the waste of the consumer’s dollar, New

York: Macmillan

Chase, Stuart. (1931). Out of the depression and after a prophecy, New York: The John Day Company

** Chase, Stuart. (1932). A new deal, New York : Macmillan, reprints

Chase, Stuart. (1933). Technocracy: An Interpretation, New Yrok: John Day

Chase, Stuart. (1933). Technocratie: het probleem der machinale productie, Amersfoort: Valkhoff

** Chase, Stuart. (1934). The economy of abundance, New York: Macmillan

Chase, Stuart. (1936). Rich Land Poor Land: A Study of Waste in the Natural Resources, New York: McGraw-


*Cheadle, F.B and H-O.Eateon, C.A.M. Ewing. (1934). No More Unemployed, Oklahoma University Press

** Cole, G.D.H. (ed.). (1933). What everybody wants to know about money: a planned outline of monetary

Problems, by nine economists from Oxford Colin Clark... [et al.], planned and ed. by G.D.H. Cole. -

London: Gollancz, 1933

Cole, G.D.H. (ed.). (1947). Money: its present and future, 3d ed., rev. - London [etc.], Cassell

Cole, G.D.H. (ed.). (1954). Money: trade and investment, London: Cassell, Completely rev. ed. of: Money, its

present and future (1944)

Committee on Elimination of Waste in Industry of the Federated American Engineering Societies. Waste in

Industry, New York: McGraw-Hill

Continental Committee on Technocracy. (1933). Plan of Plenty, New York: Continental Committee on


*Davis,J.R. (1971). The New Economists and the Old Economists, Ames, Iowa

Director, Aron. (1933). The Economics of Technocracy, Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Douglas, C. H. (lifford Hugh). (1969).The development of world dominion; published for the Social Credit

Secretariat. Sydney: Tidal Publications; London: H.R.P. Publications.

Douglas, C. H. (1973). Social credit, New York: Gordon Press.

** Douglas, C. H. (1931). The Monopoly of Credit, New York: Gordon Press, reprint: 4.ed. Sudbury: Bloomfield,


** Eisler, Robert. (1932). Stable money: the remedy for the economic world crisis: a programme of financial

reconstruction for the international conference 1933, ; with a preface by Vincent C. Vickers. - London: The

Search publishing co.

Field, A.N. (1932). The Truth about the Slump, Privately published, P.O.Box.154, Nelson, New Zealand

Finlay, John L. (1972). Social credit; the English origins, Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press

Foster, William. (1933). Technocracy and Communism, New York: Workers Library Publication

Frederick, Justus G. (1933). For and Against Technocracy, New York: Business Bourse

Gesell, Silvio. (1931, tr.1958). Silvio Gesell, The natural economic order, transl by Philip Pye, Rev. Engl. ed.,

London: Owen,1958

Grace, Alonzo G. et al. (1933). Technocracy: Fad, Fallacy or Fact? Rochester NY: University of Rochester

Extension Division

Graham, Frank D. (1932). The Abolition of Unemployment,

*Graham, Frank D. (1942). Social Goals and Economic Institutions, Princeton

Haldane, J.B.S. (1928). Possible Wolds. (and otherPapers.), New York and London, Harper & Brothers Publ.

Hallgren, Mauritz. (1933). Seeds of Revolt: A Study of American Life and the Teper of the American People

During the Depression, New York: Alfred A.Knopf

Hancock, A. E. (1973). Social credit: a plan for Alberta, Lethbridge, Alta.: Insight Pub. Co.

Hardorp, Benediktus. (1958). Elemente einer Neubestimmung des Geldes und ihre Bedeutung für die

Finanzwirtschaft der Unternehmung, Dissertation Freiburg i.Br.

Harrison, John F.C. (1969). Quest for the New Moral World, New York

Hattersley, Charles Marshall. (1934). This age of plenty: its problems and their solution, 5th ed. - London [etc.]:

Pitman, (1929

Hattersley, Charles Marshall. (1969). The community's credit: a consideration of the principles and proposals of

the Social Credit Movement, Mexborough (Yorkshire): Social Credit Co-ordinating Centre

Hawkins, Williard. (1934). Castaways of Plenty: A Parable of Our Times, Denver COL: Rocky Mountain

Division of the Continental Committee on Technocracy

Henderson, Fred. (1931). Economic Consequences of Power Production, London: George Allen and Unwin

Holder, William. (1933). Simplified Technocracy, Salt Lake City: Pyramid Press

** Hollis, Christopher. (1934). The breakdown of money: an historical explanation, New cheap ed. 1937, London:

Sheed & Ward, 1.ed. 1934.

Hollis, Christopher. (1971). Can Parliament survive? Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press

Hollis, Christopher. (1973). Parliament and its sovereignty, London: Hollis and Carter

Hollis, Christopher. (1975). The two nations: a financial study of English history, New York: Gordon Press

Hoogendijk, Willem. (1995). Money, from master to servant: about the liberation of productivity and the

road towards genuine and just sustainability,, with contrib. by Hans Christoph Binswanger, most urgent

corr. Henk A. Plenter, Utrecht: PROMODECO

Hubbert, M.King. (1936). Man-Hours and Distribution, New York: Technocracy Inc.

Hutchinson, Frances and Brian Burkitt. (1997). The political economy of social credit & guild socialism

New York: Routledge

Johnson, Julia Emily. (1933). Selected Articles on Capitalism and Its Alternatives, New York: H.W.Wilson

Jones, Bassett. (1933). Debt and Production: The Operating Characteristics of Our Industrial Economy, New

York: John Day

Kennedy, Margit. (1987). Interest and Inflation Free Money, Steyerberg: Permakulturinstitut

** Kitson, Arthur. (1894). A Scientific Solution of the Money Question, Boston: Arena Publ. 1895

Kitson, Arthur. (1904). A Corner in Gold, London: P.S.King & Son

Kitson, Arthur. (1910). Usury (payment for the use of things) the prime cause of want and unemployment: an

address delivered by Mr. Arthur Kitson at the Sesame Club, London, May 2nd, 1910. - London: Frank


Kitson, Arthur. (1917). Trade fallacies: a criticism of existing methods and suggestions for a reform towards

national prosperity, Londen: King & Son

Kitson, Arthur. (1917). A fraudulent standard: an exposure of the fraudulent character of our monetary

standard, with suggestions for the establishment of an invariable unit of value, London: P.S. King & son, ltd

Kitson, Arthur. (1921). Unemployment, the Cause and a Remedy, London: Cecil Palmer

** Kitson, Arthur. (1933). The Banker's Conspiracy which started the World Crisis, 2 ed. London: Elliot Stock

Kixmiller, William. (1932). Can Business Men Produce a Great Age: An Answer to Technocracy, New York:

Commerce Clearing House

Laing, Graham A. (1933). Toward Technocracy, Los Angeles: Angelus Press

Lardner, John and Tomas Surgue. (1933). The Crowning of Technocracy, New York: R.M.McBride

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Loeb, Harold. (1933). Life in a Technocracy: What It Might Be Like, New York: Viking Press

Loeb, Harold et al. (1935). The Chart of Plenty: A Study of America’s Product Capacity, New York: Viking


Loeb, Harold. (1946). Full Production Without War, Princeton: Princeton University Press

Loeb, Harold. (1959). The Way It Was, New York: Criterion Books

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Ma rk, Jeffrey, The Modern Idolatry. An Analysis of Usury and the Pahtology of debt, Chatto and Windus, 1934

Mayers, Henry. (1932). The What, Why, Who, When, and How of Technocracy, Los Angeles: Angelus Press

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Montgomery, Richard. (1995). Disciplining or protecting the poor?: avoiding the social costs of peer pressure

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