Victoria, B.C.: Self-published, (1948). 24mo. Wraps. 8 p. Fine. 
Abraham's call for monetary reform as part of a plan for a "Bible Economic System," which would outlaw usury, entail government ownership of utilities, a "flat" tax or tithe of 10% of income, old-age pensions, elimination of monopolies and the role of banks in "money creation," etc.