In the 13th century St Thomas Aquinas wrote that your property was not yours alone. It also belonged to the people you could aid with your surplus. Today Pope Francis incessantly repeats the same message. In the 13th century sharing the surplus was already an old idea. It had already been practiced for hundreds of years from the villages of Africa to the igloos of the Arctic and everywhere in between. If our ancestors had not practiced group loyalty and mutual aid, they would not have survived and we would not have been born.
– Dr Howard Richards, Solidarity for Full Employment, Live Encounters Magazine.
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