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Essays in Social Justice

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$65.00 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674287907

Publication Date: 01/01/1915

429 pages


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  • Preface
  • I. What is Justice?
  • II. The Ultimate Basis of Social Conflict
  • III. The Principle of Self-Centered Appreciation Commonly Called Self-Interest
  • IV. The Forms of Human Conflict
  • V. Economic Competition
  • VI. How Ought Wealth to be Distributed?
  • VII. How Much is a Man Worth?
  • VIII. Interest
  • IX. Socialism and the Present Unrest
  • X. Constructive Democracy
  • XI. The Single Tax
  • XII. The Question of Inheritance
  • XIII. The Question of Monopoly
  • XIV. The Cure for Poverty
  • XV. The Responsibility of the Rich for the Condition of the Poor
  • XVI. Social Service
  • XVII. How Ought the Burdens of Taxation to be Distributed?

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