A Plea for Liberty: An Argument Against Socialism and Socialistic Legislation

Edited by: Mackay, Thomas
(1849-1912)
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Editor/Trans.
Thomas Mackay, ed.
First Pub. Date
1891
Publisher/Edition
New York: D. Appleton and Co.
In print: Liberty Fund, Inc.
Pub. Date
1891
Comments
Collected essays, various authors. Includes "From Freedom to Bondage," by Herbert Spencer.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Preface, by Thomas Mackay
Introduction, From Freedom to Bondage, by Herbert Spencer
I. The Impracticability of Socialism, by Edward Stanley Robertson
II. The Limits of Liberty, by Wordsworth Donisthorpe
III. Liberty for Labour, by George Howell
IV. State Socialism in the Antipodes, by Charles Fairfield
V. The Discontent of the Working-Classes, by Edmund Vincent
VI. Investment, by Thomas Mackay
VII. Free Education, by Rev. B. H. Alford
VIII. The Housing of the Working-Classes and of the Poor, by Arthur Raffalovich
IX. The Evils of State Trading as Illustrated by the Post Office, by Frederick Millar
X. Free Libraries, by M. D. O'Brien
XI. The State and Electrical Distribution, by F. W. Beauchamp Gordon
XII. The True Line of Deliverance, by Hon. Auberon Herbert
Footnotes
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