A plea for liberty;
an argument against socialism and socialistic legislation,
consisting of an introduction by Herbert Spencer and essays by various writers. Edited by Thomas Mackay ...
|Main Author:||Mackay, Thomas, 1849-1912,|
|Related Names:||Spencer, Herbert 1820-1903.|
London, J. Murray, 1892.
New and revised edition.
The impracticability of socialism, by E.S. Robertson. The limits of liberty, by W. Donisthorpe. Liberty for labour, by G. Howell. State socialism at the antipodes, by C. Fairfield. The discontent of the working-classes, by E. Vincent. Investment, by T. Mackay. The housing of the working-classes and of the poor, by A. Raffalovich. The evils of state trading as illustrated by the post office, by F. Millar. Free libraries, by M.D. O'Brien. Self-help versus state pensions, by C.J. Radley. The true line of deliverance, by A. Herbert.
xi, 326 p.
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