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Mutual Aid in Food Production and Distribution

Mutual Aid in Food Production and Distribution

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Excerpt from Mutual Aid in Food Production and Distribution: An Idea Whose Time Is Come

(3) A Free Association proposal for the Retail Trade sufficiently extensive to secure the distribution of food in every Town, on the principle of Mutual Aid, which will offer and afford to every food buyer a membership, with all rights to dividends and advantages arising from the same.

(4) Linking up each Town through its Regional Wholesale Centre to the Wholesale Distributive Combination. These, by Mutual Aid, to devise and working for an ever growing development of the food resources of the British Empire, including Home Production.

My friends and others may feel astonished at these far-reaching proposals, but I feel confident that our trading power as a Democratic Empire people can only be fully attained by the principle of Free Association in trade such as we have experience of in Religion and in Politics all the world over.

By transferring the power of Free Association to Trade, linking up all our home people for the purpose of Mutual Aid in Food Production and Distribution, we obtain a solidarity of movement and a community of action never before attained.

Thus, by assisting in the production and distribution of food values for themselves and reaping thereby the gains, our home people will also be engaged indirectly in helping to feed the world's ever increasing population.

By working at this principle of Free Association in Food Production and Distribution, every person in the Home Land becomes a food trader in virtue of his or her membership of the Town food supply, and indirectly every food consumer becomes a food producer. Such a desirable end for our National activity is fraught with enormous benefit to us as a people, and it is only equalled in significance by the marvellous extent of the British Empire itself.

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