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British Socialism - An Examination of Its Doctrines, Policy, Aims and Practical Proposals
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HALL, LEONARD: Old and New Unionism. Labour Press Society. Manchester. 1894.

Handbuch fuer Sozialdemokratische Waehler. Buchhandlung Vorwaerts. Berlin. 1903.

HARDIE, KEIR: Can a Man be a Christian on a Pound a Week? Independent Labour Party. London.

HARDIE, KEIR: The Citizenship of Women: a Plea for Women's Suffrage. Independent Labour Party. 1906.

HARDIE, KEIR: From Serfdom to Socialism. George Allen. London. 1907.

HARDIE, KEIR: John Bull and His Unemployed. Independent Labour Party. London. 1905.

HARE, W.L.: Famine in India: its Causes and Effects. P.S. King & Son. London.

HAZELL, A.P.: The Red Catechism for Socialist Children. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

HAZELL, A.P.: A Summary of Marx's "Capital." Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

HEADLAM, STEWART D.: Christian Socialism. Fabian Society. London. 1907.

HEADLAM, STEWART D.: The Socialist's Church. George Allen. London. 1907.

HIRD, DENNIS: From Brute to Brother. Clarion Press. London. 1907.

HOBART, H.W.: Social-Democracy. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

HORSFALL, T.C.: The Improvement of the Dwellings and Surroundings of the People. University Press. Manchester. 1904.

Houses for the People. Fabian Society. London. 1906.

How to Finance Municipal Enterprises. Co-operative Brotherhood Trust, Limited. London.

How to Lose and How to Win an Election. (Fabian Tract.) Fabian Society. London.

How Trade Unions Benefit Workmen. Fabian Society. London.

HYDER, JOSEPH: The Case for Land Nationalisation. Land Nationalisation Society. London. 1907.

HYNDMAN, H.M.: Colonies and Dependencies. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1904.

HYNDMAN, H.M.: Darkness and Dawn of May Day. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

HYNDMAN, H.M.: The Historical Basis of Socialism in England. Paul. London. 1883.

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HYNDMAN, H.M.: Social Democracy: The Basis of its Principles and the Causes of its Success. Twentieth Century Press. London.

HYNDMAN, H.M.: Socialism and Slavery. William Reeves. London.

HYNDMAN, H.M.: The Transvaal War and the Degradation of England. London. 1899.

HYNDMAN, H.M.: Unrest in India. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

HYNDMAN, H.M.: Will Socialism Benefit the English People? Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

Imperialism: its Meaning and its Tendency. Independent Labour Party. London. 1900.

Independent Labour Party Report. Independent Labour Party. London. May 1907.

Independent Labour Party Song Book. Independent Labour Party. London.

Independent Labour Party: a Statement of Principles. (Leaflet.) Independent Labour Party. London. 1907.

Independent Labour Party Year Book. Independent Labour Party. London. 1908.

IRVING, DAN: The Municipality, from a Worker's Point of View. Twentieth Century Press. London.

JACKSON, HOLBROOK: Bernard Shaw. Grant Richards. London. 1907.

JAMESON, WILLIAM: Land Lessons for Town Folk. Clarion Newspaper Co. London. 1896.

JAURES, JEAN: Practical Socialism. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1906.

JAURES, JEAN: Studies in Socialism. Independent Labour Party. London. 1907.

JOHNSTON, THOS., and HUGH ADAM: The Railway Difficulty, and How to Solve it. Forward Printing and Publishing Co., Limited. Glasgow.

JONES, T.I.: Mining Royalties and all about Them. Independent Labour Party. London.

JOWETT, F.W.: The Socialist and the City. George Allen. London. 1907.

JOYNES, J.L.: The Socialist Catechism. W. Reeves. London.

Justice. (Weekly Newspaper.) Organ of the Social-Democratic Federation. London.

KAUTSKY, KARL: The Class Struggle. Socialist Labour Press. Edinburgh. 1907.

KAUTSKY, KARL: The Socialist Republic. Socialist Labour Press. Edinburgh. 1907.

KAUTSKY, KARL: The Social Revolution, and on the Morrow of the Social Revolution. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

KESSACK, J.O. CONNOR: The Capitalist Wilderness and the Way Out. Glasgow Clarion Scouts. Glasgow. 1907.

KIRTLAN, Rev. E.J.B.: Socialism for Christians. Northampton Pioneer and Publishing Co. Northampton. 1907.

KROPOTKIN, PETER: Anarchism: its Philosophy and Ideal. T.H. Keell. London. 1907.

KROPOTKIN, PETER: La Conquete du Pain. Paris. 1895.

KROPOTKIN, PETER: Paroles d'un Revolte. Paris.

KROPOTKIN, PETER: Wage System. T.H. Keell. London.

Labour Church Hymn Book. Labour Church Union. Bradford. 1907.

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Labour Leader. (Weekly Newspaper.) Organ of the Independent

Labour Party. Labour Leader, Limited. London.

A Labour Policy for the Public Authorities. Fabian Society. London. 1899.

LAFARGUE, PAUL: Right to Leisure. Labour Literature Society. Glasgow. 1893.

LANSBURY, GEORGE: The Principles of the English Poor Law. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1897.

L'AUTON, J.T.: The Nationalisation of Society. Modern Press. London. 1887.

LEAKEY, JAMES: Co-operators and the Labour Platform. Independent Labour Party. London.

LEATHAM, JAMES: The Class War. Twentieth Century Press. London.

LEATHAM, JAMES: Commune of Paris: its Story and Meaning. Twentieth Century Press. London.

LEATHAM, JAMES: The Evolution of the Fourth Estate. Twentieth Century Press. London.

LEATHAM, JAMES: Lives of the Chicago Martyrs. Leatham. Aberdeen. 1891.

LEATHAM, JAMES: Socialism and Character. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1897.

LEATHAM, JAMES: An Up-to-date View of the French Revolution. Twentieth Century Press. London.

LEATHAM, JAMES: Was Jesus a Socialist? Twentieth Century Press. London.

LEE, H.W.: First of May: The International Labour Day. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1900.

LISTER, The Hon. C.A.: Riches and Poverty. Independent Labour Party. London.

Local Government in Ireland. Fabian Society. London. 1900.

LODGE, Sir OLIVER: Competition versus Co-operation. Liverpool Fabian Society. Liverpool. 1907.

LODGE, Sir OLIVER: Public Service versus Private Expenditure. Fabian Society. London. 1905.

MCCLURE, W.S.: Socialism. Socialist Labour Press. Edinburgh. 1906.

MCCULLOCH: British Empire. Longman, Brown. London. 1846.

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MACDONALD, J.R.: Labour and the Empire. George Allen. London. 1907.

MACDONALD, J.R.: The New Unemployed Bill of the Labour Party. Independent Labour Party. London.

MACDONALD, J.R.: Socialism. T.C. & E.C. Jack. London. 1907.

MACDONALD, J.R.: Socialism and Society. Independent Labour Party. London. 1907.

MACGREGOR, JOHN: Commercial Statistics. Charles Knight. London. 1844-1850.

MCLACHLAN, J.M.: The Tyranny of Usury. McLachlan. Manchester.

MCMILLAN, MARGARET: The Child and the State. Independent Labour Party. London.

MCMILLAN, MARGARET: Child Labour and the Half-time System. Clarion Newspaper. London. 1896.

Manifesto of the Socialist Party of Great Britain. Socialist Party of Great Britain. London.

MANN, TOM: The International Labour Movement. Clarion Office. London. 1697.

MARR: Housing Conditions in Manchester and Salford. Sherratt & Hughes. Manchester. 1904.

MARTYN, CAROLINE E.D.: Co-operation. Labour Press Society. Manchester.

MARX, KARL: Capital. Swan Sonnenschein. London. 1888.

MARX, KARL: A Discourse on Free Trade. W. Reeves. London. 1889.

MARX, KARL: Wage-labour and Capital. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1906.

MARX, KARL, and ENGELS, F.: Manifesto of the Communist Party. W. Reeves. London. 1888.

MENGER, ANTON: L'Etat Socialiste. Societe Nouvelle de Librairie. Paris. 1904.

MILL, J. STUART: Political Economy. Routledge. London.

MILLAR, F.: Socialism, its Fallacies and Dangers. Watts & Co. London.

Minority Report of the Royal Commission on Labour, 1891-1894. Labour Press Society. Manchester. 1894.

MORRIS, WILLIAM: Art, Labour, and Socialism. Socialist Party of Great Britain. London. 1907.

MORRIS, WILLIAM: Communism. Fabian Society. London. 1903 and 1907.

MORRIS, WILLIAM: A Factory as it Might Be. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

MORRIS, WILLIAM: Monopoly: or How Labour is Robbed. W. Reeves. London.

MORRIS, WILLIAM: Useful Work versus Useless Toil. W. Reeves. London.

MORRIS and BAX: Socialism, its Growth and Outcome. Swan Sonnenschein. London. 1897.

Mosely Industrial Commission Reports. Cassell & Co. London. 1903.

Municipal Bakeries. Fabian Society. London. 1900.

Municipal Bread Supply. Independent Labour Party. London.

Municipal Drink Traffic. Fabian Society. London. 1905.

Municipal Fire Insurance. Fabian Society. London. 1901.

Municipal Slaughter-houses. Fabian Society. London. 1899.

Municipal Socialism: a Series of Articles. "The Times." London. 1902.

Municipal Steamboats. Fabian Society. London. 1901.

Municipalisation by Provinces. Fabian Society. London. 1905.

Municipalisation of the Gas Supply. Fabian Society. London. 1900.

MUSE, C.E.: Poverty and Drunkenness. Clarion Office. London.

Nation in Arms. (Monthly Paper.) National Service League. London.

National Union Gleanings. (Monthly.) Simpkin, Marshall. London.

NEIL: Songs of the Social Revolution. Twentieth Century Press. London.

Neue Gesellschaft, Die. (Monthly Magazine.) Verlag der Neuen Gesellschaft. Berlin.

New Age. (Weekly Newspaper.) Organ of the Fabian Society. London.

NEWMAN, GEORGE, M.D.: The Health of the State. Headley Brothers. London. 1907.

NORDHOFF: Communistic Societies of the United States. John Murray. London. 1875.

NORMAN, C.H.: Empire and Murder. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1906.

NORMAN, C.H.: Our Factory Workers. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

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NOYES, J.: History of American Socialism. Philadelphia. 1870.

OAKESHOTT, J.F.: Humanising of the Poor Law. Fabian Society. London. 1894.

Overcrowding in London. Fabian Society. London. 1900.

PALGRAVE: Dictionary of Political Economy. Macmillan. London. 1891-1900.

Parish Council Cottages, and How to get them. Fabian Society. London. 1900.

Parish and District Councils: What they are and What they can do. Fabian Society. London. 1907.

PEARSON, KARL: The Ethic of Free Thought. A. & C. Black. London. 1901.

PEARSON, KARL: Socialism and Sex.

PEDDER, D.C.: The Secret of Rural Depopulation. Fabian Society London. 1904.

PENNY, JOHN: The Political Labour Movement. Clarion Press. London.

Platform, Constitution, Rules, and Standing Orders of the Socialist Labour Party of Great Britain. Glasgow.

PLECHANOFF, GEORGE: Anarchism and Socialism. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1906.

Poems for Socialists. James Leatham. Aberdeen. 1891.

PORTER, G.R.: Progress of the Nation. Murray. London. 1847.

Programme and Rules, Social-Democratic Federation. Social-Democratic Federation. London, 1906.

Protect the Home. (Leaflet.) Social-Democratic Federation. London. 1906.

PROUDHON: What is Property? William Reeves. London. 1899.

Public Control of Electric Power and Transit. Fabian Society. London. 1905.

QUELCH, H.: Economics of Labour. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1906.

QUELCH, H.: Social Democracy and the Armed Nation. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1900.

QUELCH, H.: The Social-Democratic Federation: its Objects, its Principles, and its Work. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

QUELCH, H.: Trade Unionism, Co-operation, and Social Democracy. Twentieth Century Press. London.

Reformers' Year Book. London.

Reichs Arbeitsblatt. (Monthly Paper.) Carl Heyman's Verlag. Berlin.

REID, W.: Socialism and the Drink Traffic. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1906.

Report of 27th Annual Conference (1907) of the Social-Democratic Federation. Social-Democratic Federation. London.

Report on Fabian Policy. Fabian Society. London. 1896.

The Revival of Agriculture. Fabian Society. London. 1905.

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RICHARDSON, J.: How it Can be Done; or, Constructive Socialism. Twentieth Century Press. London.

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ROGERS, THOROLD: Six Centuries of Work and Wages. Swan Sonnenschein. London. 1906.

ROSCHER: Politik. Cotta. Stuttgart. 1893.

ROSCHER: System der Volkswirtschaft. Cotta. Stuttgart. 1906.

ROTHSTEIN, TH.: Socialist Annual. Twentieth Century Press. London.

ROWNTREE, S.: Poverty. Macmillan & Co. London. 1903.

ROWNTREE and SHERWELL: The Temperance Problem. Hodder & Stoughton. London. 1901.

SCHAEFFLE: The Impossibility of Social Democracy. Swan Sonnenschein. London.

SCHAEFFLE: The Quintessence of Socialism. Swan Sonnenschein. 1902.

S.D.F. Song-Book. Twentieth Century Press. London.

SHAW, BERNARD: The Fabian Society and its Early History. Fabian Society. London. 1892.

SHAW, BERNARD: The Impossibilities of Anarchism. Fabian Society. London. 1893.

SHAW, BERNARD: Socialism for Millionaires. Fabian Society. 1901.

SHORT, A.W.: Municipal Milk Supply. Independent Labour Party. London.

Should the Working Class Support the Liberal Party? Twentieth Century Press. London. 1906.

SIMKHOWITSCH: Die Feldgemeinschaft. 1898.

S.L.P. Bulletin. (Periodical.) Socialist Labour Press. Edinburgh. 1907.

SMART, H. RUSSELL: The Right to Work. Independent Labour Party. London.

SMART, H. RUSSELL: Socialism and the Budget. Independent Labour Party. London.

SNELL, HARRY: Secular Education the Only Way. Independent Labour Party. London.

SNOWDEN, ETHEL: The Woman Socialist. George Allen. London. 1907.

SNOWDEN, PHILIP: The Christ that is to be. Independent Labour Party. London.

SNOWDEN, PHILIP: The Individual under Socialism. Independent Labour Party. London.

SNOWDEN, PHILIP: Old Age Pensions. Independent Labour Party. London.

SNOWDEN, PHILIP: A Straight Talk to Ratepayers. Independent Labour Party. London.

SNOWDEN, PHILIP: The Socialists' Budget. George Allen. London. 1907.

The Social Crusade. (Periodical.) Bradford.

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Social-Democratic Federation Programme and Rules. Social-Democratic Federation. London. 1906.

Socialism: a Cancerous Growth. Coventry Clarion Fellowship. Coventry. 1907.

Socialism: For and Against. Independent Labour Party. Stockport. 1907.

Socialism and Labour Policy. Fabian Society. London. 1906.

Socialism and the Single Tax: a Debate between Mr. W.C. Wright and H. Quelch. Twentieth Century Press. London.

Socialism and Trade Unionism: Wherein do they Differ? Issued by Socialistic Group of the London Society of Compositors. Twentieth Century Press. London.

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SPENCER, HERBERT: The Man versus The State. Williams & Norgate. London. 1907.

SQUIRE, JACK C.: Socialism and Art. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

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State Railways for Ireland. Fabian Society. London. 1899.

STEELE, HENRY: The Working Classes in France. Twentieth Century Press. London. 1904.

STEGMANN und HUGO: Handbuch des Sozialismus. Zurich. 1896.

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SUTHERS, R.B.: Mind Your Own Business. Clarion Press. London. 1907.

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SUTHERS, R.B.: My Right to Work. Clarion Press. London. 1906.

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THOMPSON, A.M.: The Referendum, and Initiative in Practice. Clarion Newspaper Co. London. 1899.

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WILLIAMS, T.R.: The Difficulties of Socialism. Independent Labour Party. London.

Will Socialism Benefit the English People? (Debate.) Twentieth Century Press. London. 1907.

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ANALYTICAL INDEX

NOTE.—The abbreviation "f." following a page number signifies "and following page"; "ff." "and following pages."

ABSOLUTISM, Socialism makes for, 460 ff.

ABSTINENCE, Co-operation, and Thrift denounced by Socialists, 131 ff., 311 ff.

ADMINISTRATION, Imperial, Socialist views regarding, 179 f. National, Socialist views regarding, 213 f.

ADULT suffrage demanded, 213

ADULTERATION, cause of, 84 f.

AGITATORS, Socialistic, appeal to passions, 10, 446, 470 Socialist wish to govern themselves, 411

AGRICULTURE, Socialist views on, 261 ff., 288 ff.

AIMS and policy of Socialists, 92 ff.

ALCOHOLIC DRINK, expenditure of British workers on, 166, 319, 479

ALLOTMENTS, 262 ff.

ANANIAS, the story of, 385

ANARCHISM and Socialism, similarity of views and aims of, and connection between them, 81, 90, 118, 328, 381 f., 394 ff.

ANARCHISTS, Chicago, and Socialists, 401 f.

ANGLO-FRENCH agreements, views of Socialists on, 188

ANTWERP DOCK strike, 295

APPROPRIATION without adequate compensation is theft, 102

ARBITRATION, international, Socialists on, 188, 190 f.

ARMED nation, why many Socialists are in favour of, 193 ff.

ARMIES, standing, are to be dissolved, 194 ff.

ARMY reform of Mr. Haldane, condemned by Socialists, 197 ff. Socialist propaganda to undermine discipline and cause revolt in, 200 ff. Socialist proposals regarding the, 192 ff.

ASSIGNATS, history of the, 283 f.

ATHEISM, Socialism and, 354 ff.

BANKS and banking, Socialist views on, 258 f., 278 ff.

BARRICADES, Socialist views on, 258 f., 278 ff.

BARTER, international, proposed by Socialists, 279

BENEFICENCE, sense of, relied on by Socialists as principal motive in men, 458 f.

BETTING, expenditure of working men on, 166

BLACKLEGS, British, in Antwerp and Hamburg, 295 f.

BREMEN, Socialism in, 440

BRITISH EMPIRE—see Empire, British

BROTHERHOOD OF MAN promised and proclaimed by Socialists, 25 f., 185 ff., 370, 382, 444

BUDGET, national, Socialist proposals regarding, 160 ff.

CADE, JACK, 326 f.

CAPITAL is theft, 81 f., 102, 370 national growth of, owing to savings of capitalists, 64 f. private, cannot leave the country, 153 f. is immoral, 80 ff. is not to be tolerated, 152 ff. why its constant increase is necessary, 45

CAPITALISTS and landowners are thieves, 38, 102, 370 f. and workers, division of national income between, 40 ff., 75 ff. relations between, 30 ff., 75 ff. are the managers and trustees of the national wealth, 35 employ labour only at a profit, 33 exploit the poor, 31, 75 ff. greatest, were originally working men, 60 live in idleness, 30, 75 ff. maintain the workers, not the workers the capitalists, 168 private, are responsible for commercial crises, 67 ff. are responsible for unemployment, 65 ff., 125 f. useless and unnecessary, 155, 168 benefit from unemployment, 69 f. have no rights and no claims to consideration, 154 their disappearance would be a blessing, 155, 168 usefulness of, 64 f., 168, 315

CARNEGIE, ANDREW, on drink, 321 f.

CATECHISM for the mob, 367 the Red, 372 ff.

CHEAPNESS, Socialist views on, 290 ff.

CHICAGO Anarchists and Socialists, 401 f.

CHILDREN, free maintenance of, demanded, 138 free meals for—see Free Maintenance production of, to be regulated by the State, 347 f. will belong not to parents but to society, 345 f. will belong to parents, 348

CHRIST, name of, used for electioneering purposes, 363

CHRISTIAN Socialism, 375 ff. programmes of, 490 f.

CHRISTIANITY and religion, Socialist attitude towards, 354 ff.

CIVILISATION, Socialist views on, 11 ff.

"CLARION," circulation of, 437

CLASS war doctrine, the, 72 ff. disproved, 79

CLASSES of society, are there only two? 72 ff.

CLERGY, Socialist views on the, 13

COAL, production of, in 1845, 475

COBDEN, Socialists on, 287

CODE NAPOLEON, 329, 344

COIN—see Money

COMMANDMENTS, the capitalists' ten, 368 the Socialist ten, 371 f.

COMMONS, House of, Socialist views on the, 209 ff.

COMMUNE of Paris, Socialists and the insurrection of the, 407 ff.

COMMUNISM and Socialism, 381 ff. early Christian, 386 in Sparta, 389 of Fourier, 392 f. Socialist recommendations of, 21, 381 ff. why it is impossible, 393

COMMUNIST manifesto quoted, 77 f., 92, 103, 107, 112, 183 f., 332 f., 405

COMMUNITY of women, 331 ff.

COMPENSATION has no place in Socialist ethics, 100 f. or no compensation in expropriating private property? 95 ff., 149 f.

COMPETITION and co-operation, 82 ff., 312 ff., 444 ff., 470

COMPLAINTS, the, of Socialists, 30 ff.

COMPULSORY labour, necessity of, in Socialist commonwealth, 455 ff.

CONFISCATION, plans of, 95 ff. probable result of, 168 f., 251 f., 254

CONTRACT, freedom of, useless to workers, 33

CO-OPERATION and competition, 82 ff., 312 ff., 444 ff., 470 cannot benefit British worker, 31 greatly benefits British worker, 315 ff. is opposed by Socialists, 84, 131 ff., 311 ff. thrift and abstinence denounced by Socialists, 131 ff., 311 ff.

CO-OPERATIVE societies, record and statistics of the British, 315 ff.

COURTS-MARTIAL, Socialist agitation against, 201 f.

CRIME—see Justice, Theft

CRIMES, sexual, Socialist views on, 340 ff.

CRISES caused by private capitalists, 67 ff. could they be prevented by Socialists? 70 f., 124 f.

CROWN, the—see also Monarchy is unfit to administer the Empire, 179

CURRENCY—see Money

DEBT, Local, huge increase and danger of, 246 ff. Local, will it be repudiated? 248 National, repudiation of, 110, 156 ff.

DEMONETISATION of gold and silver—see Money

DESERTION of family, frequency of, 307

DISARMAMENT, Socialists and, 189 ff.

DISTRIBUTION, alteration of, will abolish misery, 65 ff. is more important than production, 65 ff. disproved, 70 f.

DIVISION, general, of existing property disclaimed, 93 is the principal aim of Socialists, 471 f.

DOCTRINES, fundamental, of Socialism, 50 ff.

DOWNING STREET, Socialist views regarding government from, 179 f.

DRINK, expenditure of workers on, 166, 319, 479

DRUNKENNESS, condemned and combated by foreign Socialists, 322 ff. excused and encouraged by British Socialists, 319 ff.

DUTIES—see Budget

ECONOMIC policy of Great Britain, 474 ff.

EDUCATION, Socialist views and proposals on, 302 ff.

EMIGRATION, 476 f.

EMPIRE, British, federation of, opposed by Socialists, 173 f. federation of, is necessary, 478 German Socialists' views on the, 181 f. has been a failure, 179 Socialists and the, 170 ff.

EMPLOYERS and capitalists benefit from unemployment, 69 f. and workers' interests are opposed, 77 identical, 79 are useless, 168

ENGLAND—see Great Britain

ENTERPRISE, Governmental and municipal, inefficiency and wastefulness of, 85 ff., 251 ff. municipal, 240 ff. is undertaken regardless of cost and profit, 252 ff.

EQUALITY of all races proclaimed by Socialists, 185 ff.

ESPERANTO, why studied by Socialists, 188

ESTATE Duty—see Budget

EXPENDITURE, local, 246

EXPROPRIATION of private property without compensation, 95 ff., 149 f.

FABIAN SOCIETY, details regarding, 94, 418 ff. programme of, 486 f.

FAMILY, desertion of, very frequent, 307 Karl Marx on, 332 Socialism and the, 330 ff.

FATALISM of Socialists, 327 f., 360 f.

FEDERATION, Imperial, opposed by Socialists, 173 f. why necessary, 478

FEEDING of school-children—see Free Maintenance

FISCAL policy, Socialist views on, 285 ff. reform, why it is necessary, 474 ff.

FOOD—see Agriculture and Protection

FORCED labour, necessity of, in Socialist Commonwealth, 455 ff.

FOREIGN policy, Socialist views on, 183 ff.

FOURIER, Communism of, 392 f.

FRANCE, aspect of, before the Revolution, 433

FRANCHISE and suffrage in Great Britain and other countries, 213

FREEDOM of contract useless to workers, 33

FREE love, 330 ff. maintenance for children, 138, 303 ff. trade and protection, Karl Marx on, 300 Socialist views on, 285 ff. why it must be abandoned, 474 ff.

FRONTIERS are to be abolished, 184 ff.

GAMBLING spirit in Englishmen, 459

GERMAN and British Socialism compared, 88, 236, 432 f. Socialists' patriotic and imperial attitude, 181 f., 190 f., 205, 433 views on colonial policy, 181 f, 190 f. Great Britain, 181 f., 190 f.

GERMANY, composition of electorate in, 440

GLASGOW, vast Socialist plans regarding, 252

GOD—see Religion

GOLD and silver money are to be abolished, 21, 258 f., 278 ff.

GOVERNMENT—see also Administration complaints about, 11 f., 394 ff., 411 ff. of Socialist State, 463 ff.

GREAT BRITAIN, aspect of, resembles pre-Revolution France, 433 changed economic position of, 475 ff. dangerous position of, 484 f. German Socialists' views on, 181 f., 190 f.

GRIEVANCES of Socialists, 30 ff.

GRONLAND advises Socialists to appeal to the passions, 10

HALDANE, Mr., and Woolwich Arsenal dismissals, 296

HAMBURG DOCK strike, 295

HISTORY, all, is untrue, 91

HOME—see Family

HOME RULE, Socialists and, 180

HOUSE OF COMMONS, Socialist views on the, 209 ff.

HOUSE OF LORDS, Socialist views on the, 211 to be abolished, 109, 110, 216 i.

HUMAN nature and Socialism, 444 ff.

HUNGRY children—see Free Maintenance

IDLING, how it is to be prevented, 457 ff.

IMMORALITY, sexual, Socialist views regarding, 336 ff.

IMPERIAL federation opposed by Socialists, 173 f.

INCOME, national, how divided between capitalists and workers, 40 ff., 75 ff. of workers and capitalists compared, 40 ff, 75 ff.

INCOME-TAX—see Budget

INCREASING misery, law of, 56 ff. disproved, 57 f.

INDEBTEDNES, local, 246 ff.

INDEPENDENT LABOUR PARTY, details regarding, 417 f., 435 f. programme of, 485 f.

INDIA, Socialist views and aims regarding, 174 ff.

INHERITANCE, right of, 103 ff., 108

INTEMPERANCE—see Drink, Drunkenness, Temperance

INTEREST, profit and rent are theft, 38, 80 ff., 102, 371, 374 Socialist objections to, 38, 80, 258 f., 280 f.

INTERNATIONAL Arbitration, Socialists on, 188, 190 f. relations, Socialist views on, 183 ff., 469

INTOXICATING drink—see Drink, Drunkenness, Temperance

IRON law of wages, 53 ff., 245, 312 f., 319 f. disproved, 54 ff., 313 f., 320

JUDGES, English, Socialists on, 325 f.

JUSTICE and Law, Socialist Views regarding, 100 f., 114, 325 ff., 396 f.

KEIR HARDIE resembles John the Baptist, 28

LABOUR CHURCH, the, and its teaching, 369 fewer hours of, promised by Socialists, 117 f. forced, would be necessary in Socialist commonwealth, 455 ff. is the only source of wealth, 50 ff. disproved, 52 organisation of, in Socialist commonwealth, 455 ff. Party, details regarding, 424 ff. informal programme of, 425 f. representation committee, details regarding, 424 remuneration of, in Socialist commonwealth, 450 ff. sweated, proposals regarding, 461 time theory, 450 f.

LABOURER is entitled to entire product of labour, 38, 61, 451 absurdity of demand, 62 ff., 451 ff. receives only from one-third to one-fifth of his rightful wage, 30, 43, 48 f.

LABOURERS, rural, 266 f.

LAND—see also Agriculture and Landlords and Socialists, 145 ff. belongs to all, 102 f., 145 ff. individual men have no right to, 102 f., 145 ff. is to be had rent free from Socialist State, 146 is not to be had rent free from Socialist State, 146 f. is to be seized without compensation to owners, 95 ff., 149 f., 486 property in, is robbery, 38, 102, 145 ff., 370

LAND settlement policy of Socialists, 262 ff.

LAND Tax—see Budget

LANDOWNERS and capitalists are thieves, 38, 102

LAW and Justice, Socialist views regarding, 100 f., 114, 325 ff., 396 f. iron, of wages, 53 ff., 245, 312 f., 319 f. disproved, 54 ff., 313 t, 320 of increasing misery, 56 ff. disproved, 57 f.

LAZINESS, how it is to be prevented, 457 ff.

LIBERAL PARTY, Socialist dissatisfaction with, 233 ff. views of and attitude towards the, 226 ff.

LITERATURE, Socialist, increase of sales of, 435 ff.

LOAFERS and tramps, ideal conditions for, to be created by Socialists, 254

LOCAL expenditure, 245 f. Government, Socialist views and proposals regarding, 166, 240 ff. indebtedness, 246 ff.

LONDON, fantastic schemes regarding, 249 ff.

LORDS, abolition of the House of, demanded, 109, 110, 216 f. House of, views of Socialists on the, 211

LOVE, free, 330 ff.

MAGDEBURG, Socialism in, 440

MAINTENANCE, free, for children, demanded, 138, 303 ff. why demanded, 138, 308

MAN, brotherhood of, promised and proclaimed by Socialists, 25 f., 185 ff., 370, 382, 444 has no right to himself, 102 is not responsible for his actions, 327 f.

MAN, nature of, and Socialism, 444 ff.

MARRIAGE—see also Family, Women is akin to prostitution, 335 f.

MARX and Engels, Communists' manifesto quoted, 77 f., 92, 103, 107 f., 112, 183 f., 332 f., 405

MARX, KARL, appreciation of, 89 on Christianity and religion, 359, 366 on Free Trade and Protection, 300 on women and the family, 332 f. political programme of, 107 f. unmerited praise of, 88 f. was not a scientist, but a demagogue and a revolutionary, 472

MEALS, free, for school children—see Free Maintenance

MEMBERS of Parliament, payment of, advocated, 213, 216

MIDDLE CLASS, importance of strengthening the, 441 ff. Socialistic attempt to permeate the, 442 f.

MIDDLEMAN, promised suppression of, by Socialists is illusory, 241 f.

MILITARY LAW, Socialist agitation against, 201 f.

MILLIONAIRES are criminals, 81

MINES and minerals to be taken over without compensation, 149

MIR, the, 388

MIRABEAU on paper money, 283 f.

MISERY, law of, increasing, 56 ff. disproved, 57 f.

MONARCHY, abolition of, 109, 110, 207 f. Socialism and the, 207 f.

MONEY, abolition of gold and silver proposed, 21, 258, 278 ff. consequences of, 279 f. banks and banking, Socialist views on, 258 f., 278 ff.

MORALITY, sexual. Socialist views regarding, 336 ff.

MUNICIPAL and national enterprise, inefficiency and wastefulness of, 85 ff., 251 ff. enterprise, 240 ff. enterprises are undertaken regardless of cost and profit, 252 ff. Socialism, 240 ff.

NATIONAL budget, Socialist views regarding, 160 ff. debt, repudiation of, 110, 156 ff. enterprise, inefficiency and wastefulness of, 85 ff., 251 ff. income, how divided between capitalists and workers, 40 ff., 75 ff.

NATIONALISATION of land—see Land

NATURE, human, and Socialism, 444 ff.

OFFENCES, sexual, Socialist views on, 340 ff.

OLD-AGE pensions, Socialist plans regarding, 19, 122 f.

OPINION, public, under Socialism, 466 f.

ORGANISATION of work proposed by Socialists, 17, 70 f., 124 I, 455 ff, fallacies regarding, 70 f., 85 ff., 124 f., 241 f.

ORGANISATIONS, Socialist, and their policy, 415 ff.

OVER-PRODUCTION, complaints as to, 66 f. are not justified, 70 f. can it be prevented by Socialists? 70 f., 124 f. is not the cause of crises and unemployment, but ill-balanced production, 70 f.

OVERWORK, complaints of, 16

PAPER money, unlimited issues of, proposed, 258 f., 278 ff. consequences of, 279 f.

PARIS Commune, Socialists and the insurrection of the, 407 ff.

PARLIAMENT, Socialism and, 209 ff. Socialist spirit in, 437 f. unofficial Socialists in, 438

PARLIAMENTARY Government to be abolished, 218 ff.

PARTIES, Socialist attitude towards the, 225 ff. the Socialist and their policy, 415 ff.

PASSIONS, Socialists appeal to the, 10, 446, 470

PATRIOTISM, Socialism is destructive of, 114, 186 f., 202 ff.

PAUPERISM and distress, growth of, under Socialist regime, 242 f.

PAYMENT of Members of Parliament advocated, 213, 216

PEACE conference, 189 ff.

PEASANT proprietors are everywhere hostile to Socialism, 263 Socialists object to, 262 ff.

PEASANTRY, importance of re-creating the, 443

PENSIONS to workers, 19, 122

POLICY, agricultural, of Socialists—see Agriculture and aims of Socialists, 92 ff. fiscal, of Socialists—see Free Trade and Protection foreign, of Socialists—see Foreign Policy

POPLAR, 243

POSTAGE, Socialist proposals regarding, 166 f.

POST OFFICE, British, praised by Socialists, 21 condemned by Socialists, 411, 413 fallacies regarding business aptitude of, 85 ff. servants, Socialist proposals regarding, 166 f.

POVERTY and drink and gambling, 166, 319, 479 f. extravagant Socialist estimates of, 165, 242, 302 f. complaints about, 16, 33, 165 of the poor is caused by wealth of the rich, 30, 34 ff., 161 disproved, 35, 159

PRESS, the, under Socialism, 466 f.

PRIVATE trader to be abolished, 242 ff.

PRODUCTION, ill-balanced, causes crises and unemployment, 70 f. is carried on for the profit of a class, 36 is less important than distribution, 65 ff. is more important than distribution, 71

PROFIT, what it is and why it is necessary, 39, 45 interest and rent are theft, 38, 80 ff., 102, 371, 374 the working at a, objected to, 33, 38 ff., 252 ff. sharing in Socialist commonwealth, 459

PROGRAMME, political, of Karl Marx, 107 f.

PROGRAMMES of Socialism, 92, 107 ff., 481 ff.

PROPERTY—see also Capital, Land, Mines instinct of, is as old as humanity, 444

"PROPERTY is theft," 81 f., 102, 370 f.

PROPERTY, private, general division of, disclaimed, 93 is the real object of Socialism, 471 ff. private, is immoral, 80 ff. is to be acquired without compensation, 95 ff., 149 f., 486 ought to be abolished, 82, 92 Socialist plans regarding, 95 ff., 149 f. right to, denned by Socialists, 80, 96 ff., 102, 145

PROSTITUTION, 339 ff. is akin to marriage, 335 f.

PROTECTION, why it must be adopted, 474 ff. and Free Trade, Karl Marx on, 300 Socialist views on, 285 ff.

PROUDHON quoted, 81, 90

PROVIDENCE—see Thrift

PUBLIC opinion under Socialism, 466 f.

RAILWAY rates, preferential to foreigners denounced, 269 ff.

RAILWAYS and shipping, Socialist views on, 269 ff. nationalisation of, demanded, 271 f. seems too speculative an undertaking, 277 should be run free of charge to all, 272 ff. wastefulness and inefficiency of, 269 ff.

RATES, alarming increase of, 245 f. increase of, means increase of rent, 243, 245

RED CATECHISM, the, 372 ff.

REFERENDUM demanded by Socialists, 217 ff. opposed by Socialists, 220

REFORM, fiscal, why it is necessary, 474 ff. social, the true, 480

RELIGION and Christianity, Socialist attitude towards, 354 ff. Socialism is a, 26, 364 ff. Socialist views on present, 13, 354 ff. the, of Socialism, 364 ff.

RENT, interest and profit are theft, 38, 80 ff., 102, 371, 374

REVOLUTION, French, parallels furnished to Socialist proposals by the, 168 f., 283 f, 352 f., 365 f. aspect of France before the, 433 Socialists and, 404 ff.

REVOLUTIONARY aims and plans of Socialists, 77 ff., 112 ff., 183 ff., 200 ff., 394 ff., 403, 404 ff., 410, 470 ff.

REVOLUTIONS always cause depravity of morals, 450

RICH, the, are the managers and trustees of the national wealth, 35 are thieves, 80, 102, 370 f. cause poverty of the poor, 30, 34 ff., 161 disproved, 35, 159

RICHES of the rich are the cause of poverty, 30, 34 ff., 161 disproved, 35, 159

RIGHT to work, sinister aim of Socialists in proclaiming, 128 f. disregarded by Socialists, 461

RIGHTS of individual defined, 102

ROBBERY encouraged by Socialists, 82, 114

ROCHDALE Pioneers, history of the, 315 f.

RURAL labourers, 266 f.

SAVING—see Thrift

SAVINGS, contemplated confiscation of, 157 ff.

SAVINGS banks deposits, 46

SELFISHNESS and Socialism, 444 ff.

SEXUAL crimes. Socialist views on, 340 ff. offences and crimes, 340 ff.

SMALL holdings, 262 ff.

SOCIAL-Democratic Federation, details regarding, 415 ff. programme of, 481 ff.

SOCIALISM and Anarchism, similarity of views and aims of, and connection between, 81, 90, 118, 328, 381 f., 394 ff. and Christianity and religion, 354 ff. and Communism, 381 ff. and education, 302 ff. and Free Trade and Protection, 285 ff. and law and justice, 325 ff. and the monarchy, 207 f. and Parliament, 209 ff. and revolution, 395 ff., 404 ff. appeals to passions, 10, 446, 470 British and German compared, 88, 206 Christian, 375 ff. definitions of, I ff., 390, 469 flourishes on dissatisfaction and misery, 131 fundamental doctrines of, 50 ff. growth and danger of, 431 ff. is a religion, 2, 26 ff., 364 ff. is a science, 1, 2, 3, 87 is based, not on science, but on deception, 91 is destructive of patriotism, 114, 186 f., 202 ff. is it possible? 444 ff. is merely a plan of spoliation and of general division, 471 f. is not a science, 87, 89 f., 470 ff. means absolutism, 460 ff. municipal, 240 ff. disregards cost and profit, 252 ff. presupposes perfect men, 444 ff. principal demand of, 92 programme of, 92 ff. progress of, how it may be checked, 440 ff. promises to alter human nature, 448 f. to abolish war, 186 f., 189 to make all races equal, 185 ff. why it is impossible, 390 f., 444 ff.

SOCIALIST and Anarchist doctrines compared, 81, 90 f. Labour Party, details regarding, 428 programme of, 488 ff. literature, increase of sales of, 435 ff. organisations, the, and their policy, 415 ff. Party of Great Britain, details regarding, 428 programme of, 487 f. spirit in Parliament, 437 f. State, how will it be governed? 463 ff. of the future, 5 f., 17 ff., 444 ff. -enterprise, will it be more efficient than private enterprise? 85 ff. Sunday schools, 369 ff.

SOCIALISTS, aims and policy of, 92 ff. and Chicago Anarchists, 401 f. and land and landlords, 145 ff. and revolution, 395 ff., 404 ff. and rural labourers, 266 f. and terrorist outrages, 402 f. and the Empire, 170 ff. and the two Parties, 225 ff. and the working masses, 115 ff. and Trade Unionists, official connection between, 141 ff., 434 f. relations between, 131 ff., 424 ff., 434 f. are antagonistic to providence, thrift, and temperance, 312 ff. are hostile to the Empire, 170 ff. to their own country, 114, 186 f. assert that all history is garbled, 91 assert that man has no right to himself, 102 condemn imperial administration, 179 f. national administration, 213 f., 394 ff., 411 ff. State Socialism, 411 ff. consist of two classes, revolutionaries and visionaries, 183 demand free maintenance for children, 138 Government purchase of all British railways and shipping, 271 ff. denounce co-operation, thrift, and abstinence, 131 ff. desire the destruction of the State, 381 f., 394 ff., 411 ff. different aims, proposals, and views of, 6 f. disregard right to work, 461 encourage theft, 82 excuse and encourage drunkenness, 319 ff., grievances of the, 30 ff. numbers of, in various countries, 432 on Free Trade and Protection, 285 ff. oppose co-operation, 84, 312 promise brotherhood of man, 25 f., 185 ff., 370, 382, 444 equal wages for all, 22 gratis amusements, 22 baths, 250 clothing, 21 concerts, 250 food, 21 fuel, 21 libraries, 250 lodging, 21 travel and transport on railways and tramways, 22, 250, 272 S. on ships, 275 f. wash-houses, 250 working men's clubs, 250 to transform the world into a paradise, 19 ff. propose issuing paper money in unlimited quantities, 258 f., 278 ff. revolutionary aims and plans of, 77 ff., 112 ff., 183 ff., 200 ff., 394 ff., 403, 404 ff., 410 try to destroy discipline in the army and so cause it to revolt, 200 ff. unofficial in Parliament, 438 wish for an international language, 188 to abolish parliamentary government, 218 ff., the army, 192 ff. the existing languages, 310 the monarchy, 109, 110, 207 f. to capture or abolish Parliament, 209 ff. to conquer Parliament, 238 f. to dissolve the army, 192 ff. German, on Peace Conferences, disarmament, and international arbitration, 190 f. patriotic and imperial attitude of, 181 f., 190 f., 205, 433 views of, on colonial policy, 181 f., 190 f. regarding Great Britain, 181 f., 190 f.

SOCIETY, Socialist views on, 10 ff.

SPARTA, Communism in, 389

SPENCER, Herbert, 447 f.

SPOLIATION, plans of, 95 if., 149 f. probable result of, 168 f., 251 f., 254

STAMP duties, proposals regarding, 166 f.

STATE enterprise usually inefficient, 85 ff., 251 ff. Socialism, Socialist attitude towards, 411 ff. Socialist, of the future, 5 f., 17 ff., 444 ff. how will it be governed? 463 ff. Socialists are hostile to the, and desire its destruction, 381 f., 394 ff., 411 ff.

STOCKS, Municipal, are no longer first-class investments, 258

STUTTGART, International Socialist Congress at, 90, 177

SUFFRAGE, adult, demanded, 213 and franchise in Great Britain and other countries, 213 reform demanded, 213 f.

SUNDAY, will it be abolished? 365 schools, Socialist, 369 ff.

SURPLUS-VALUE doctrine, 58 ff., 244 f. disproved, 59 f.

SWEATED labour proposals of Socialists, 461

TARIFF reform, Socialist views on, 285 ff.

TAXATION, indirect, condemned by Socialists, 165 f. leading Socialist principle of, 255 local—see Rates national—see Budget

TAXING private property out of existence, plans for, 99 f., 149, 153, 160 ff., 244 f., 255

TEMPERANCE condemned by British Socialists, 319 ff. praised and encouraged by foreign Socialists, 322 ff. providence, and thrift are antagonistic to Socialism, 131 ff., 312 ff. Socialistic views on, 131 ff., 311 ff.

TEN COMMANDMENTS, the capitalists', 368 the Socialist, 371 f.

TERRORIST outrages. Socialist views on, 402 f.

THEFT encouraged by Socialists, 82, 114

THRIFT denounced by Socialists, 131 ff., 155, 311 ff. is immoral, 314 f. is theft, 155 providence, and temperance are antagonistic to Socialism, 131 ff., 312 ff. Socialist views on, 131 ff., 311 ff.

TRADE Unionists and Socialists, official connection between, 141 ff., 434 f. relations between, 131 ff., 424 ff., 434 f. Unions and unemployed problem, 127 ff. have become Socialistic, 141 ff., 434 f., 471 secretaries are to administer the Empire, 179

TRADER, private, to be abolished, 242 ff.

TRAMPS and loafers, ideal conditions for, to be created by Socialists, 254

UNDERFEEDING—see Free Maintenance

UNEMPLOYED, the, 37, 474 ff. and agriculture, 266

UNEMPLOYMENT benefits employers, 69 f. could it be prevented by Socialists? 124 f. is due to private capital, 65 ff., 125 f. disproved, 126 f. real causes of, 70 f., 124 ff., 474 ff. sinister aims of Socialists regarding, 128 f. Socialist plans regarding, 123 ff. views on, 67 ff., 123 ff.

USURY—see Interest

VOTES for women, 222 ff.

WAGES, amount and purchasing-power of, depends on production, 120 f. are to be abolished, 6, 21 are not to be abolished, 22, 278, 386 f., 450 ff. are to be equal for all, 22, 278, 386 f., 450 ff. are not to be equal for all, 390, 450 ff. different views of Socialists regarding, 6, 450 ff. factors determining amount of, 54 ff., 313 f. great increase of, in Socialist State promised by Socialists, 118 ff. doubted by German Socialists, 120 iron law of, 53 ff., 245, 312 f., 319 f. disproved, 54 ff., 313 f., 320 rise in, 57 f.

WAR will be abolished by Socialists, 186 f., 189

WEALTH creates poverty, 30, 34 ff., 161 disproved, 35, 159 is a crime, 80 ff. labour is the only source of, 50 ff. disproved, 52 love of, will disappear, 23, 448 various sources of, 52 why unequally distributed, 473

WEST HAM, 243, 363

WOMAN, the family, and the home. Socialism and, 330 ff. will be given the vote, 222 ff., 349 will be made equal to man, 349 f. will be made free, 349 will have to work for a living, 349 f. will her privileges be abolished? 350 f. will receive wages for childbearing, 345

WOMEN, community of, 331 Karl Marx on, 332 f.

WOMEN'S Freedom League, 429 Social and Political Union, 429 split in, 429 suffrage. Socialist views on, 222 ff.

WOOLWICH Arsenal dismissals, 296.

WORK, fewer hours of, promised by Socialists, 117 f. is a curse, 115 organisation of, in Socialist Commonwealth, 455 ff. remuneration of, in Socialist Commonwealth, 450 ff. Socialist views regarding, 115 ff.

WORKERS and capitalists, division of national income between, 40 ff., 75 ft. relations between, 30 ff. are entitled to entire produce of their labour, 38, 61 ff., 451 absurdity of demand, 62 ff., 451 ff. are most prosperous where capitalists are richest, 35, 159 are swindled out of their earnings, 34 become capitalists every day, 60 British, are slaves, 15, 18, 31 f. how to improve conditions of, 474 ff. cannot acquire capital, 31 ff. expenditure of, on betting, 166, 479 f. on drink, 106, 319, 479 f. miserable state of, 13 ff. possess absolutely nothing, 33 poverty of, 16, 33, 165 receive only from one-third to one-fifth of their rightful wages, 30, 43, 48 f. value of property owned by, 46

WORKING masses and Socialists, 115 ff.

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