Example of Communal Currency
- Author: Theodore Harris
- Language: English
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Those who during the past thirty or forty years have frequented working men’s clubs or other centres of discussion in which, here and there, an Owenite survivor or a Chartist veteran was to be found, will often have heard of the Guernsey Market House. Here, it would be explained, was a building provided by the Guernsey community for its own uses, without borrowing, without any toll of interest, and, indeed, without cost.