24 cm, XXXV,,302 p. HB, Fine in Very Good Jacket. Książka w stanie idealnym, obwoluta nieco odbarwiona od światła na grzbiecie. Masa egz.: 640 g.
With a new introduction by Russell Kirk. Originally published: J. Murray, 1908.
I. The historical beginning of socialism as an ostensibly scientific theory
II. The theory of Marx and the earlier socialists summarised
III. The root error of the Marxian theory, its omission of directive ability. Ability and labour defined
IV. The errors of Marx, continued. Capital as the implement of ability
V. Repudiation of Marx by modern socialists. Their recognition of directive ability
VI. Repudiation of Marx by modern socialists, continued. Their recognition of capital as the implement of directive ability. Their new position, and their new theoretical difficulties
VII. Proximate difficulties. Able men as a corporation of state officials
VIII. The ultimate difficulty. Speculative attempts to minimise it
IX. The ultimate difficulty, continued. Ability and individual motive
X. Individual motive and democracy
XI. Christian socialism as a substitute for secular democracy
XII. The just reward of labour as estimated by its actual products
XIII. Interest and abstract justice
XIV. The socialistic attack on interest and the nature of its several errors
XV. Equality of opportunity
XVI. The social policy of the future.
Library of Congress: 88024809