England in the Eighteen-Eighties: Toward a Social Basis for Freedom
Transaction Publishers, 1968 - 508페이지
Amid the current political disputes regarding the character of the Victorian period in England whether economic individualism or social responsibility were the major characteristics of the time this fine, scholarly study, first published in 1945, is again available to provide a benchmark by which to assess the political claims. The scholarly and political value of the work is clear; it is deeply researched, clearly written, and establishes guidelines for contemporary social action and thought.
In his perceptive introduction to this edition, Pomper points to lessons the book provides for contemporary politics: the values of careful documentation and research that characterized the work and enhanced the results of Fabianism; the need for a skeptical optimism in social thought; and an understanding of the contrasting fate of socialism in Great Britain and the United States.
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X Organization for Change
XI Toward Positive Freedom
VII Organized Labor