Preface; Chapter 1: The Emergence of Full Democracy; Chapter 2: Defining Egalitarianism; Chapter 3:The Socio-Economic Crisis of our time; Chapter 4:The real cause of De-industrialisation; Chapter 5: Achieving the Personalisation of Ownership; Chapter 6: The Recovery of Belief; Guide to Further Reading; Index.
Robert Corfe is not only a prolific writer on political and socio-economic topics, but is experienced in party political life both locally and on the national level. His successful journalistic career dates from the 1960s, and through extensive study, he has acquired considerable knowledge of the social sciences, history and philosophy. After a long business career in senior management in a manufacturing environment, promoting home-based productivity, and later as a management consultant, he founded the Campaign for Industry in 1987 to confront the damaging tendencies of international finance. Lord Gregson of Stockport was elected President of the association, and for over a decade Corfe wrote many pamphlets on the problems of industry and the question of more widely distributing the assets of wealth. His ten years in Scandinavia, in addition to business travels throughout the world, have given him a broad perspective of the needs of all humanity.