Contributor

Harry Antonides

Harry Antonides came to Canada in 1948, initially working as a farm hand and railway labourer. After over a decade working in a chemical plant in Sarnia, Ontario, Harry joined the newly forming Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC) in 1962 as a field representative. By 1970 Harry became director of research and education. In 1974, he was a founding member of the Work Research Foundation (now Cardus) and publisher of their sole publication, Comment magazine. A prolific writer and dynamic speaker, Harry delivered lectures all over North America and published numerous articles, reviews, and essays. He is author of several books on Christianity, labour, and economics, including Multinationals and the Peacable Kingdom (1978) and Stones for Bread: The Social Gospel and its Contemporary Legacy (1985). Harry is retired and lives with his wife Janet in Willowdale, Ontario.

Our National Debt is Immoral

Canada's fiscal situation today is admired the world over, but it hasn't always been this way. In the midst of the U.S. debt crisis, today Comment reprints a 1993 article from its founding editor, a piece which can still bear fruit today.

READ

More From This Contributor

Our National Debt is Immoral

Canada’s fiscal situation today is admired the world over, but it hasn’t always been this way. In the midst of the U.S. debt crisis, today Comment reprints a 1993 article from its founding editor, a piece which can still bear fruit today.