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Page i - A reasoned account of the most advanced and most enlightened utilitarian doctrine in a clear and readable form.
Page i - MA (Oxon.) New Edition, with two additional Essays on Human Evolution. ' One of the most suggestive books we have met with."— Literary World.
Page ii - Will give a good idea of the condition of the working classes in America, and of the various organisations which they have formed."— Scots Leader. 24. Luxury. Prof. EMILE DE LAVELEYE. " An eloquent plea on moral and economical grounds for simplicity of life.
Page i - Scotsman. 9. England's Ideal, &c. EDWARD CARPENTER. " The literary power is unmistakable, their freshness of style, their humour, and their enthusiasm." — Pall Mall Gazette. 10. Socialism in England. SIDNEY WEBB, LL.B. ' ' The best general view of the subject from the modern Socialist side."— Athenaeum.
Page ii - Will be studied with much benefit by all who are interested in the amelioration of the condition of the poor.