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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Mackay, Thomas, 1849-1912.
Plea for liberty.
New York, D. Appleton, 1891
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Mackay; Herbert Spencer
|Description:||x, 414 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction. From freedom to bondage, by H. Spencer.--The impracticability of socialism, by E.S. Robertson.--The limits of liberty, by W. Donisthorpe.--Liberty for labour, by G. Howell.--State socialism in the Antipodes, by C. Fairfield.--The discontent of the working-classes, by E. Vincent.--Investment, by T. Mackay.--Free education, by Rev. B.H. Alford.--The housing of the working-classes and of the poor, by A. Raffalovich.--The evils of state trading as illustrated by the Post Office, by F. Millar.--Free libraries, by M.D. O'Brien.--The State and electrical distribution, by F.W. Beauchamp Gordon.--True line of deliverance, by A. Herbert.|
|Responsibility:||an argument against socialism and socialistic legislation, consisting of an introduction by Herbert Spencer and essays by various writers.|