The People's Plan for a New Order: Giving Twenty-four Points for Reconstruction of the Present Orthodox System of Economics

TitleThe People's Plan for a New Order: Giving Twenty-four Points for Reconstruction of the Present Orthodox System of Economics
Year for Search1942
AuthorsPhillips, Chas. [Charles] E[dward] J.P., A.P.A.N.Z.
Tertiary AuthorsPhillips, Chas. E. J.P., A.P.A.N.Z.
Date Published1942
PublisherThe Unity Press Ltd
Place PublishedAuckland, New Zealand
KeywordsAotearoa/New Zealand author, Male author
Annotation

Proposes the establishment of New Zealand Ltd. which would issue “negotiable, non-interest bearing debentures” that must be used within a specified period of time. New Zealand Ltd. would provide all national and local finance and hold all national and local assets and liabilities. Dividends paid to all citizens over 21 (40 in the first year), all of whom are required to work if needed. There is no evidence that this is connected with The People’s Plan of the Dominion Reconstruction Conference of the same year.

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Author Note

The author is described as the Secretary, Board of Trade Prices Investigating Tribunal, Auckland Province, 1920.

Full Text

1942 Phillips, Chas. [Charles] E[dward], J. P., A. P. A. N. Z. The People’s Plan for a New Order: Giving Twenty-four Points for Reconstruction of the Present Orthodox System of Economics. Auckland, New Zealand: The Unity Press Ltd. VUW

Proposes the establishment of New Zealand Ltd. which would issue “negotiable, non-interest bearing debentures” that must be used within a specified period of time. New Zealand Ltd. would provide all national and local finance and hold all national and local assets and liabilities. Dividends paid to all citizens over 21 (over 40 in the first year), all of whom are required to work if needed. There is no evidence that this is connected with The People’s Plan of the Dominion Reconstruction Conference of the same year. The author is described as the Secretary, Board of Trade Prices Investigating Tribunal, Auckland Province.