A Reasonable Critique of Distributism.
Found and further annotated by the always-thoughtful Shawn McElhinney.
Actually, the critique is directed more at what the article terms "neo-distributists," but since I am sick to death of the prefix "neo-", I titled the post accordingly.
I'm pretty sympathetic to distributism as a general rule, but the critique captures the fatal flaw of the philosophy--application: it would take a battle-axe in the hands of a functionally-totalitarian state to implement.
Which is diametrically opposed to the goals of the movement, when you come down to it.