So why would we devote an entire page of our archives to an obscure 19th century moral and economic philosophy like distributivism (also known as distributism)? The answer quite simply is that the ethos behind distributivism motivates everything that we do here at the SophiaOmni Network--from what sort of books we choose to publish, to how we treat the people who work for us, to what sort of educational resources we provide (and at what cost).
In case you didn't know, distributivism is often called the "third way" between free-market capitalism and hard-core collectivism. The basic economic principle underlying this system is that wealth should be distributed as widely as possible among citizens, rather than being centralized in the hands of a few individuals. There's much more to distributivism than that, of course, and if you're interested in finding out about this system, you are stongly encouraged to explore one or more of the following sites:
What is Distributivism?
Sources of Catholic Social Teaching