We don't talk about distributism much around here, but it's worth mentioning that distributists generally dislike Wal-Mart. The essence of distributism, after all, is smallness, and Wal-Mart is large . . . very large.
I suspect most of GKC's distributist children enjoyed the story about the student who lived at Wal-Mart for three days. If you didn't see it, here's a link.
I wrote a short story for Gilbert Magazine a few years ago that kind of anticipated this kid's antics. I electronically published it here, if you want to see it.
Philosophy for the Schoolroom
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