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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Dillon, Emile Joseph, 1855-1933.
London, Chapman and Hall, Ld., 1892
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Emile Joseph Dillon
|Notes:||Appeared in the Fortnightly review, from September, 1889, to October, 1892.|
|Description:||x, 604 p. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||The demoralization of the nation.--Truthfulness and the mythopœic faculty.--The life-philosophy of the Russian.--Fatalism, improvidence and hospitality.--Procrastination. Time not money.--Shiftlessness of the people. Grandmotherly legislation.--Honesty tempered by communism.--The ethics of commerce. Morality independent of honesty.--Prisons.--Armenia and the Armenian people.--Sexual morality.--Finance: the racking of the peasantry.--Finland.--The Jews in Russia.--Appendix: The famine.|
|Responsibility:||Reprinted, with revisions, from the "Fortnightly review." By E.B. Lanin [pseud.].|