The books appears to be a very comprehensive explanation of the Social Credit system of economics, Hollytree. I am glad you are interested. However, I doubt that any country will adopt it. There are very few people who even understand it.
To put it in a nutshell, most of the economic systems in the world are based on debt. When you borrow money from a bank, the bank doesn’t have the money to loan you. They are not permitted to load the depositors’ money. So if you want to borrow 10 thousand dollars, and the bank agrees to loan it to you, they just create the money on the spot, and indicate that the amount is in one of your accounts. So every Western country is deeply in debt. If every cent of money in Canada (or United States) were applied to the national debt, there wouldn’t be a cent of money in the country with which to purchase goods or services, and the country would still be deeply in debt.
But in a Social Credit system, money comes into existence as a credit instead of a debt. The amount of money in the country balances the value of the goods and services available.
Grenada, a British possession was once nearly in economic ruin. The adoption of the Social Credit system saved the economy.
Here is a synopsis of the Social Credit economic system: