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BOOKS FROM WHICH THE AUTHOR HAS MADE

FREQUENT EXTRACTS FOR THE COMPILATION

OF THIS WORK.

EVERY passage extracted is marked with quotation marks (" ") and is always accompanied with its author's name.

The adoption of this mode of citation has obviated the frequent numerical indications of

pages. 1. “Plato's Republic." Translated by Henry Davis. London,

1872.

2. “Utopia ; or, The best State of a Commonwealth.” By Sir

Thomas More ; translated from the Latin by Gilbert

Burnet, Lord Bishop of Sarum. 3. Buonarotti's “ History of the Conspiracy of Babeuf.” Trans

lated by Bronterre O‘Brien. 4. “Voyage en Icarie : Roman Philosophique et Social.”

By M. Cabet. Paris, 1842. 5. “Das Kapital.” By Karl Marx. Hamburg, 1873. 6. “Social Innovators and their Schemes.” By W. L. Sargant.

London, 1858.

7. “ Robert Owen and his Social Philosophy.” By the same.

London, 1860.

8. “Robert Owen, the Founder of Socialism in England.” By

A. J. Booth. London, 1869. 9. “Saint Simon and Saint Simonism : a Chapter of the History

of Socialism in France." By A. J. Booth. London, 1871.

10. “Utilitarianism." By John Stuart Mill. London, 1874.

11. “The Subjection of Women.” By John Stuart Mill. Lon

don, 1870.

12. "On Liberty." By John Stuart Mill. London, 1873.

13. “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity." By James Fitzjames

Stephen. London, 1874.

14. "The Laws of Work." By John Ruskin. London, 1867.

15. “A Manual of Manners and Morals. By T. L. Nichols.

London, 1873.

16.

Science and Comnierce." By P. L. Simmonds. London, 1872.

By the Scamping Carpenter.

London,

17. “Etymonia."

1875.

18. “Hygeia, the Model City of Health.” A Paper read by

Dr. Richardson at the Social Science Congress of 1875. 19. “ L'Organisation du Travail.” By Louis Blanc. Paris,

1848.

20. The Abolition of the State." By Dr. S. Engländer.

London, 1873. 21. “The Works of Benjamin Franklin.” By Sparks. Boston,

U.S., 1840.

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SECTION III.

THE HARDSHIPS OF LABOUR.

XVIII. Monotony

XIX. Injury to Health

XX. Other Discomforts

XXI. Loss of Life and Bodily Injury

XXII. Cessation of Work and Loss of Employment

XXIII. Insufficiency of Wages

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76

PART II.

PRINCIPLES UPON WHICH THE RECONSTRUCTION OF

SOCIETY IS TO BE BASED.

SECTION I.

MEANS OF DEMOLITION AND RECONSTRUCTION.

XXIV. Outlines of the New Social Foundation

79

XXV. Abolition of Money .

80

XXVI. Restriction of Isolated Homes and Regulation of Sexual

Unions

85

XXVII. Arrangements for the Economical Distribution of Produce 94

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