A brilliant treatment of a thorny subject by an equally brilliant lecturer, professor of theology and economics, a Roman Catholic, a Christian in the broadest and best sense of the word, a man whom people throng to hear, a man whose books are as widely read. Coming on the same list with Stamp's Christianity and Economics (see below) it will provide interesting corroboration, for a study class the two books would be ideal. While the Romanists, priests and laity will form a large part of your buying public every denomination bows before Monsignor Sheen's greatness. Contact the Catholic universities and seminaries in your city and ask them for lists of parishioners whom you may notify. Sheen is one of the writers they encourage their people to read.