A Critical Examination of Socialism

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Transaction Publishers, 1909 - Political Science - 302 pages
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Contents

THE HISTORICAL BEGINNING OF SOCIALISM AS AN OSTENSIBLY SCIENTIFIC THEORY
1
THE THEORY OF MARX AND THE EARLIER SOCIALISTS SUMMARISED
9
THE ROOT ERROR OF THE MARXIAN THEORY ITS OMISSION OF DIRECTIVE ABILITY ABILITY AND LABOUR DEFINED
19
THE ERRORS OF MARX CONTINUED CAPITAL AS THE IMPLEMENT OF ABILITY
32
REPUDIATION OF MARX BY MODERN SOCIALISTS THEIR RECOGNITION OF DIRECTIVE ABILITY
41
REPUDIATION OF MARX BY MODERN SOCIALISTS CONTINUED THEIR RECOGNITION OF CAPITAL AS THE IMPLEMENT OF DIRECTI...
55
PROXIMATE DIFFICULTIES ABLE MEN AS A CORPORATION OF STATE OFFICIALS
69
THE ULTIMATE DIFFICULTY SPECULATIVE ATTEMPTS TO MINIMISE IT
89
INDIVIDUAL MOTIVE AND DEMOCRACY
130
CHRISTIAN SOCIALISM AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR SECULAR DEMOCRACY
150
THE JUST REWARD OF LABOUR AS ESTIMATED BY ITS ACTUAL PRODUCTS
176
INTEREST AND ABSTRACT JUSTICE
204
THE SOCIALISTIC ATTACK ON INTEREST AND THE NATURE OF ITS SEVERAL ERRORS
227
EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY
253
THE SOCIAL POLICY OF THE FUTURE
278
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THE ULTIMATE DIFFICULTY CONTINUED ABILITY AND INDIVIDUAL MOTIVE
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