In a striking coincidence, I received a review copy of this book on the same day I posted those comments about the new Distributist Review. The book is by John Médaille, the Review's editor, and is subtitled "A Distributist Perspective on the Role of Government, Taxes, Health Care, Deficits, and More," and it carries a blurb from Stratford Caldecott, among others. I haven't had a chance to start reading it yet, but it looks promising. More info here.
The fact that it's published by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute is very promising, as ISI is maybe the most consistent and substantial intellectual voice in the conservative movement. Despite misconceptions and persistent slander from the left, many respected conservative voices have long recognized the problems with capitalism (or whatever you want to call our system), but have tended to see it as the only alternative to socialism, which they consider worse. The publication of this book represents an encouraging trend in conservatism.