A History of British Socialism, Volume 1

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Max Beer
Psychology Press, 2002 - History - 388 pages

This is volume 1 in the set A History of British Socialims. These volumes study the political thought experienced as a result of the massive transition of the British countryside to capitalist agriculture and capitalist industry.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER PAGE
3
THE ENGLISH SCHOOLMEN
12
EARLY ENGLISH COMMUNISM
19
EXTINCTION OF MEDIAEVALISM
29
CIVIL WAR AND RESTORATION
48
THE ANTICOMMUNIST PERIOD
78
THE ECONOMIC REVOLUTION
95
COMMUNIST AND DEMOCRATIC FER
101
OWENITE AND RICARDIAN INFLUENCES
182
THE COOPERATIVE SOCIALISTS
200
ECONOMICS OF ANTICAPITALISM
245
SOCIAL CONSERVATIVE CRITICS
271
CHAPTER PAGE
280
Organisation and Doctrine
288
THE ALLIANCE BETWEEN THE WORK
294
SEPARATION OF THE MIDDLE
322

STORM AND STRESS
133
CHAPTER PAGE
143
ROBERT OWEN
160
Controversies Between Social Democrats
336
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