By Oswald Mosley
This essay as first printed in the British Union newspaper Action in 1936. It was then made available in booklet format.
Mosley deals with the economic situation and explains some of the reasons why the British people were the most heavily taxed on earth. He discusses inflation and deflation and also the various methods other nations had used to try and bring taxation under control. Finally he explains his own ideas.
He concludes by saying ….. that the whole objective can only be secured within a system in which power rests with the peoples’ Government and not with the financier, and within which the nation’s credit is used for the nation’s purposes and not for the financial racket. In fact the solution of our economic problems and the reform of credit and finance can only begin when the people entrust their Government with real power to act in the name of the nation.