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Over 300 PDF/Acrobat Books on Socialism, Communism and Economics




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Contents of Disk (created on a Windows computer):

Philip Dru: Administrator - A Story of Tomorrow, 1920-1935, by Edward E House 1912

Plato's Republic by Lewis Campbell 1902

Some Modern Substitutes for Christianity by George W Shinn 1896 (Socialism, Theosophy, Spiritualism etc)

Socialism in Church History by Conrad Noel 1911

A History of Socialism by Thomas Kirkup 1892

Socialism before the French revolution by William Buck Guthrie 1907

The Communistic Societies of the United States, from personal visit and observations including detailed accounts of the Economists, Zoarites, Shakers, the Amana, Oneida, Bethel, Aurora, Icarian, and other existing societies by Charles Nordhoff 1875

History of American Socialisms by John H Noyes 1870

Communism and Socialism in their History and Theory by TD Woolsey 1880

The Religion of Socialism by Ernest B Bax 1890

The Political Thought of Plato and Aristotle by Sir Ernest Barker - 1906

Historic Failures in Applied Socialism By Daniel Joseph Ryan 1920

Studies in the Politics of Aristotle and the Republic of Plato by Isaac Loos

The Republic of Plato 1900

A History of Greek Economic Thought By Albert Augustus Trever 1916

Hegel's Philosophy of Right 1896

Hegel's Philosophy of Mind 1894

Hegel and Hegelianism by R. Mackintosh 1904

The Logic of Hegel 1892

Studies in Hegelian cosmology by John McTaggart 1901

Feuerbach, the roots of the socialist philosophy

Famous Utopias, being the Complete Text of Rousseau's Social Contract - More's Utopia - Bacon's new Atlantis - Campanella's City of the Sun 1901

Hobbes Leviathan 1909

The Social Philosophy of Rodbertus by Sir Gonner 1899

Overproduction and crises by Rodbertus 1898

Machiavelli's The Prince 1908

The Brotherhood of Saint Simon, article in Open Court 1910 (St Simon was considered the father of French Socialism)

Saint Simonianism, article in The Westminster review 1832

Darwin and Hegel, by David Ritchie 1893

Political Writings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau 1915 Volume 1

Political Writings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau 1915 Volume 2

Critique of Practical Reason - Kant 1889

Critique of Pure Reason Volume 1 - Kant 1881

Critique of Pure Reason Volume 2 - Kant 1881

The Metaphysic of Ethics - Kant 1871

Kant's Principles of Politics, including his essay on Perpetual peace 1891

The Development of Socialism from Utopia to science by F Engels (poor quality, one page obliterated) 1892

A Modern Utopia by HG Wells 1905

German socialism and Ferdinand Lassalle by William Dawson 1891

Ferdinand Lassalle as a social reformer by Eduard Bernstein 1893

Philosophy and political economy by James Bonar 1922

German Social Democracy by Bertrand Russell 1896

Karl Marx's Capital 1904

The People's Marx (Abridged version of Capital) 1921



The Marxian Economic Handbook and Glossary by WH Emmett 1922

The Popular Works of Johann Gottlieb Fichte Volume 1 1899

The Popular Works of Johann Gottlieb Fichte Volume 2 1899

Some of the Philosophical Essays on Socialism and Science, Religion, Ethics, Critique of Reason and the World at Large by Joseph Dietzgen 1906

A Study in Socialism By Benedict Elder 1915

Marxian Socialism and Religion- a study of the relation of the Marxian theories to the fundamental principles of religion by John Spargo 1915

Socialism - A Critical analysis by Oscar Skelton 1911

Socialism- Its Theoretical Basis and Practical Application by Victor Cathrein 1904

Socialism and philosophy by A Labriola 1907

Socialism - A Philosophy of Failure, article in Scribner's magazine 1909

A History of Socialism by Thomas Kirkup 1913

A Primer of Socialism by Thomas Kirkup 1910

Fabian Essays in socialism by George Bernhard Shaw 1889

Socialism - a Summary and interpretation of socialist principles by John Spargo

Two essays on the social system of Charles Fourier (poor quality) 1838

Recent French Social Philosophy (Saint Simon/Fourier), article in The living age 1848

A General View of Positivism by Auguste Comte 1865

System of Positive Polity Volume 1 by Auguste Comte 1875

System of Positive Polity Volume 2 by Auguste Comte 1875

System of Positive Polity Volume 3 by Auguste Comte 1875

Lectures on the Republic of Plato by RL Nettleship 1922

Jean Jacques Rousseau by Jules Lemaitre 1907

Rousseau by John Morley Volume 1 1886

Rousseau by John Morley Volume 2 1886 (Rousseau is considered the Father of Communism)

Rousseau by Henry Graham 1883

The Concept of Equality in the Writings of Rosseau, Bentham, and Kant by Alfred Williams 1907

The Neo-Platonists: a study in the history of Hellenism By Thomas Whittaker (The Communism of Plato) 1901

Ideal Commonwealths [More's Utopia, Bacon's New Atlantis, Campanella's City of the Sun, and Harrington's Oceana] 1901

The Political Theories of P.J. Proudhon by Shi Yung Lu 1922

What is Property, By Pierre Joseph Proudhon 1840

Why I am in Favor of Socialism, various writers, 1913

The State - Its Nature, Object, and Destiny By Pierre Joseph Proudhon 1849

Essays on Government by Lawrence Lowell 1889

A Treatise on the Social Compact by Jean-Jacques Rousseau 1764

The Theory of the Social Compact, article in the Atlantic Monthly 1887

Jefferson and the Social Compact Theory, article in the Yale Review (some of it is hard to read) 1894

Mediaeval Socialism by Jarrett Bede 1914

Alleged Socialism of the Church fathers by John Ryan 1913

The Church Fathers on Wealth and Ownership, article in The Common Cause 1911

The Church Fathers on Property, article in Bibliotheca Sacra 1897

Were the Church Fathers Communists? article in International Journal of Ethics 1904

Karl Marx - his life and work 1912 by John Spargo

The A B C of Socialism by I Savoy 1915

The Evolution of Revolution by HM Hyndman 1920

The Psychology of Socialism by Gustave Le Bon 1899

Catholic Socialism by Francesco Saverio Nitti 1895

Catholicism and Socialism 1914

Socialism Old and New by William Graham 1891

Essays on Catholicism, Liberalism and Socialism by JD Cortes 1879

Elements of Socialism by John Spargo 1912

Socialism and the Great State - Essays, HG Wells 1912

Appeal Socialist Classics - Elements of Socialism 1916

Appeal Socialist Classics - The Science of Socialism 1916

Appeal Socialist Classics - The History of Socialism 1916

Appeal Socialist Classics - Socialist Classics 1916

Appeal Socialist Classics - Socialism and Government 1916

Appeal Socialist Classics - Socialism Questions and Answers 1916

A History of Political Theories by William Dunning 1902 Volume 1

A History of Political Theories by William Dunning 1921 Volume 2

A History of Political Theories by William Dunning 1920 Volume 3

History of economic thought; a critical account of the origin and development of the economic theories of the leading thinkers by Lewis Haney 1922

Historical materialism and the economics of Karl Marx by B Croce 1914

The Economic Interpretation of History by E Seligman 1904

Contemporary Socialism by John Rae 1884

An Introduction to the Study of Political Economy by Luigi Cossa 1893

Socialism and Democracy in Europe by Samuel Orth 1913

The 100 Greatest Men - Portraits of the Greatest Men in History by Wallace Wood 1885

The History of Materialism and criticism of its present importance by F. Lange Volume 1, 1877

The History of Materialism and criticism of its present importance by F. Lange Volume 2, 1877

The History of Materialism and criticism of its present importance by F. Lange Volume 3, 1877

The Social Compact exemplified in the constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; with remarks on the theories of divine right of Hobbes and of Filmer, and the counter theories of Sidney, Locke, Montesquieu, and Rousseau, concerning the origin and nature of government: a lecture delivered before the Franklin Lyceum, at Providence, R.I., November 25, 1842

The Book of the New Moral world by Robert Owen 1836 (Robert Owen was a Welsh social reformer and one of the founders of utopian socialism and the cooperative movement. Owen purchased a town in Indiana called New Harmony with the intention of creating a new utopian Socialist community. It ended in economic failure.)

Debate on the evidences of Christianity by Robert Owen 1829

Observations on the Effect of the Manufacturing System by Robert Owen 1817

The Life of Robert Owen 1920

Robert Owen - a Biography by Frank Podmore, Volume 1, 1907

Robert Owen - a Biography by Frank Podmore, Volume 1, 1907

Life of Robert Owen by FA Packard 1866

Robert Owen and his Social Philosophy by William L Sargant 1860

A Bibliography of Robert Owen, the Socialist 1814

The Life of Robert Owen, Philanthropist and Social Reformer by RE Davies 1907

Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy 1917 (the story of Julian West, a young American who, towards the end of the 19th century, falls into a deep, hypnosis-induced sleep and wakes up 113 years later. He finds himself in the same location but in a totally changed [Socialistic] world)

In 1897 Bellamy wrote a sequel, _Equality_, dealing with women's rights, education and many other issues. Bellamy wrote the sequel to elaborate and clarify many of the ideas merely touched upon in _Looking Backward_.

The success of Looking Backward provoked a spate of sequels, parodies, satires, and skeptical dystopian responses. A partial list includes:
Looking Further Forward: An Answer to "Looking Backward" by Edward Bellamy (1890), by Richard C. Michaelis

Looking Further Backward (1890), by Arthur Dudley Vinton

Speaking of Ellen (1890), by Linn Boyd Porter

Looking Beyond (1891), by Ludwig A. Geissler



Mr. East's Experiences in Mr. Bellamy's World (1891), by Conrad Wilbrandt

Looking Within: The Misleading Tendencies of "Looking Backward" Made Manifest (1893), by J. W. Roberts

Young West: A Sequel to Edward Bellamy's Celebrated Novel "Looking Backward" (1894), by Solomon Schindler

Looking Forward (1906), by Harry W. Hillman.

The result was a "battle of the books" that lasted through the rest of the 19th century and into the 20th. The back-and-forth nature of the debate is illustrated by the subtitle of Geissler's 1891 Looking Beyond, which is "A Sequel to 'Looking Backward' by Edward Bellamy and an Answer to 'Looking Forward' by Richard Michaelis".
William Morris's 1890 utopia News from Nowhere was partly written in reaction to Bellamy's utopia, which Morris did not find congenial.

The Socialist Science Fiction on this disk includes:

Equality by Edward Bellamy 1908

Looking further Forward - An Answer to "Looking Backward" by Edward Bellamy (1890), by Richard C. Michaelis

Looking Further Backward (1890), by Arthur Dudley Vinton

Speaking of Ellen (1889), by Linn Boyd Porter (Albert Ross)

Looking Beyond (1891), by Ludwig A. Geissler

Mr. East's Experiences in Mr. Bellamy's World: Records of the Years 2001 and 2002 by Conrad Wilbrandt 1891

Looking Within: The Misleading Tendencies of "Looking Backward" Made Manifest (1893), by J. W. Roberts

Young West: A Sequel to Edward Bellamy's Celebrated Novel "Looking Backward" (1894), by Solomon Schindler

Looking Forward (1906), by Harry W. Hillman

News From Nowhere by William Morris 1890

Plus You Get:

Jesus the Socialist by Dennis Hird 1908

Jesus Christ And The Social Question by Francis Greenwood Peabody 1900

The social principles of Jesus by W Rauschenbusch 1916

Socialism and the ethics of Jesus by HC Vedder 1912

Socialism from Genesis to Revelation by FM Sprague 1893

The Social Ideals of the Lord's Prayer by Perry James Stackhouse 1916 ("Indeed, the teaching of Jesus is so much in the opposite direction that some have argued that Jesus was a Socialist, a labor leader, a champion of the poor and outcast against the privileged classes of his day. (Matt. 2: 5;19: 16-25; Luke 4:18.)"

Why I am a Christian Socialist, article in the Arena Magazine 1907

Alleged Socialism of the Church Fathers by John A Ryan 1913

Were the Church Fathers Communists? article in International Journal of Ethics 1904

The Church Fathers on Wealth and Ownership, article in The Common Cause 1911

The Communist Newspaper 1868 ("There are hundreds of texts in the Old and New Testaments inculcating Communism. The bible teaches fundamentally the brotherhood of man, and posits as the primary principle of society: "Love thy neighbor as thyself." It inveighs against the rich and riches, against usury and avarice—it exalts the poor.")

Principia or, Basis of social science By Robert Joseph Wright 1876
("The sermon on the mount, and many other of Jesus discourses and sayings and injunctions, seem applicable only to a true Christian Commune; and such is what Jesus seems to have had in his mind,")

Christian Socialism by M Kaufmann 1888

How I Became a Socialist by Jackson Wilson 1912 ("Power in prayer, according to Jesus, depends on these teachings abiding in us. And I say that these teachings of Jesus are the most radical social utterances, and can never fit with Capitalism."

Socialism and the Teaching of Christ by Rev. John Clifford (Fabian Tract) 1896

The Christian Concept of Wealth, article in Bibliotheca Sacra 1899

The Social Teaching of Jesus - an essay in Christian Sociology by S. Matthews 1897 (1 or 2 pages hard to read)

Jesus the Demagogue, article in The Contemporary Review 1873 ("From His occasional freedom with certain swine and asses, and from His scant respect for the rights of property as represented by the sacrilegious money-changers in the Temple, the large inference is drawn that Jesus was a Communist; and this conclusion is strongly backed by appeal to the short-lived experiment in voluntary and partial communism made by the primitive Church.")

Christianity Explained by F Hyren 1870 ("Jesus was a true and perfect free-lover, Socialist or Communist, and taught free-love both by precept and by example. He had neither wife, nor family, nor property, nor house, nor any place to lay His head to rest thereon; and He commanded His disciples to forsake all things and to follow Him.")

Christianity and Democracy, article in Brittan's journal 1873 ("Jesus was a communist. He and his disciples had a common purse, and not one of them had exclusive property in anything.")

Correspondence in the Flaming Sword 1894 ("Jesus was a communist, and taught communistic principles—having all things in common. Competism is of the Devil; it must and will be destroyed in the coming revolution, and in its place will be established Commercial Equation.")

Thoughts on Individuality, article in the Christian Science Journal 1905 ("It has bean said that Jesus was a socialist. It is possible to think of the great Teacher as a metaphysical socialist, but he was never a politician, and none of his words had any direct bearing upon the then existing political parties. He carefully eschewed any entanglements of that nature. Socialism, as he taught it, if it can safely be called by that much-abused name, was a religion, not a political expedient.)

What is Socialism, article in The Painter and Decorator magazine 1913
("The Encyclopedia Britannlca says: "The ethics of Socialism are closely akin to the ethics of Christianity, If not identical with them." Prof. R. P. Ely says: "It Is applied Christianity—the golden rule applied to everyday life." F. G. Peabody, professor of Christian morals in Harvard University, says: "Jesus was a Socialist, if judged by his teachings."")

What is Christian Socialism by W Bliss 1890 ("Let no man seek his own, but each his neighbor's good."— St. Paul. "Every Christian who understands and earnestly accepts the teachings of the Master, is at heart a Socialist, and every Socialist, whatever may be his hatred against all religion, bears within himself an unconscious Christianity." — Prof. Emile De Laveleye.)

Christian Socialism in England 1903 by A Woodworth

Renan's Life of Jesus 1897
"He never considered the earth, or the riches of the earth, or material power, as being worth any thought; he had no worldly ambition."

A Review of the 'Vie de Jésus' of Renan by John Brown Paton 1864 ("M. Renan may fairly attempt to explain by the communistic teaching of Jesus, and Jesus is the Ebionite or Communist, whilst St Luke is acquitted of any charge,—save that of truthfulness:—or the fact did not take place, when he may be impeached with graver crimes than Communism;—but then Jesus may be saved the reproach and ignominy of propounding foolish doctrines of social economy, imputed to Him in order to account for a fact, which St Luke it appears fabricated in order to accredit and further his own peculiar notions.")

Catholic Socialism by F Nitti 1911

Socialism from the Christian standpoint by B Vaughan 1912

First Church of Jerusalem Monkish Character. article in the Apostle 1905 (Ernst Renan)

Socialism and Christianity by William Stang 1905

Socialism and Christianity by AJF Behrends 1886

Practical Christian Socialism by Adin Ballou 1854

Christian Socialism, Explained and Enforced, and Compared with Infidel Fellowship by TH Hudson 1839

The Spiritual Significance of Modern Socialism by John Spargo 1908

The Church and Socialism by John Ryan 1919

Socialism of Christ - Attitude of early Christians toward modern problems by A. Bierbower 1890

Essays on Catholicism, Liberalism and Socialism considered in their Fundamental Principles 1879

Charles Kingsley and the Christian social movement by Chalres Stubbs 1900

The History of the Origins of Christianity by Ernst Renan 1875 Volume 2 ("The decay of the Church at Jerusalem was, indeed, rapid. It is natural that institutions founded on communism should enjoy at the beginning a period of brilliancy, for communism involves always high mental exaltation; but it is equally natural that such institutions should very quickly degenerate, because communism is contrary to the instincts of human nature.")

Socialism and communism in their practical application by Moritz Kaufmann 1883 ("Although the practice of Communism was given up for practical reasons, or died a natural death, there still remains the spiritual, the living principle, which existed in this effete practice of the early Church. The noble idea underlying that system is the "great secret" of Christ's religion, the unpalatable doctrine of unselfishness and self-sacrifice; or, in our modern phraseology, it is the doctrine of Altruism as opposed to Egoism; in a higher sense, the principle of Christian Socialism as opposed to un-Christian Individualism—not the Socialism of the Socialists, but the social theory formulated by St. Paul in his Epistle to the Philippians")

Shaker Communism by Frederick William Evans 1871

Socialism and philosophy by A Labriola 1907

Jesus, an economic mediator by James Darcy 1922

Marxian Socialism and Religion - a study of the relation of the Marxian theories to the Fundamental Principles of Religion by John Spargo 1915

Christianizing the Social Order by W Rauschenbusch 1912

The Church Fathers on Property, article in Bibliotheca Sacra 1897

Questions of Moral Theology by Thomas Slater 1915 ("We have seen that Socialists quite commonly assert that Our Lord was a Communist if He was not a Socialist of the English type, and that the Fathers of the Christian Church preached Socialism. Mr. Keir Hardie quotes authority for saying that all the Fathers of the Church considered Communism the most perfect form of social organization...")

Essays on the Social Gospel by Adolf von Harnack 1907

Christianity and Communism - article in The Forum 1887

A Theology for the Social Gospel by Walter Rauschenbusch 1918

Preaching the Social Gospel by OS Davis 1922

The Social Gospel and the New Era by John Marshall Barker 1919

Socialism Upheld by Scripture - Socialism as Golden Rule - Socialism Endorsed by the Bible, articles in the Machinists Montly Journal 1906

The Jesus of History by Sir Richard Davies Hanson 1869

A Theology For The Social Gospel by Walter Rauschenbusch 1917

The social message of Our Lord by William M Brown 1909

Jesus and Politics by Harold Beaumont Shepheard 1915



In His Steps by Charles Sheldon 1897 (The Social Gospel theme is reflected in the novel In His Steps by the Congregational minister Charles Sheldon, who coined the motto "What would Jesus do?" In his personal life, Sheldon was committed to Christian Socialism and identified strongly with the Social Gospel movement.)

Unto this Last by John Ruskin 1921

Franklin Spencer Spalding, man and bishop by John H Melish 1917 ("He believed for a long time that the Christian Church exists for the sole purpose of saving the human race. So far she had failed but Socialism as taught by Wm. Liebknecht's "No Compromise," showed him how she might succeed.)

Why no Good Catholic can become a Socialist by KD Best 1909

Christ and Caesar by Nathaniel Micklem 1921

The Gospel of Jesus and the Problems of Democracy by Henry C Vedder 1914

Plus You Get the Following Books on Economics:

The Wealth of Nations, Volume 1 by Adam Smith 1910

The Wealth of Nations, Volume 2 by Adam Smith 1910

The Wealth of Nations, Abridged, 1884 (Students Edition)

A Treatise on Political Economy by Jean Baptiste Say 1830

The Dismal Science, a Criticism on Modern English Political Economy by William Dillon 1882

Social Value - a study in economic theory, critical and constructive by Benjamin Anderson 1911

The Value of Money by Benjamin Anderson 1917

Unto this Last & other Essays on art and Political Economy by John Ruskin 1907

Principles of political economy by Thomas Malthus 1821

An Essay on the Principle of Population, Volume 1 by Thomas Malthus 1817

An Essay on the Principle of Population, Volume 2 by Thomas Malthus 1817

An Essay on the Principle of Population, Volume 3 by Thomas Malthus 1817

Capital and Interest, a critical history of economical theory by Eugen Von Bahm-Bawerk 1890

Karl Marx and the Close of His System by Eugen Von Bahm-Bawerk 1898

Lombard Street, a description of the Money Market by Walter Bagehot 1920

The Principles of Economics with applications to practical problems by Frank A Fetter 1904

Source book in Economics by Frank A Fetter 1913

Principles of economics, Volume 1 by Alfred Marshall

Elements of Economics of Industry 1 by Alfred Marshall

Industry and Trade by Alfred Marshall 1920

Capital by Karl Marx 1904

Manifesto of the Communist Party by Karl Marx 1906

Political Economy, by Simonde de Sismondi, 1847

An Inquiry into the Principles of political Economy by Sir James Steuart, Volume 1, 1767

An Inquiry into the Principles of political Economy by Sir James Steuart, Volume 2, 1767

A Select Collection of Scarce and Valuable Economical Tracts (Defoe, Elking, Franklin, Turgot, Anderson, Schomberg, Townsend, Burke, Bell) 1859

Principles of Political Economy with some of their applications to social philosophy by John Stuart Mill 1920

An Introduction to the Theory of Value on the lines of Menger, Wieser, and Bohm-Bawerk by William Smart 1891

Belgian Democracy by Henri Pirenne 1915

The Works of David Ricardo 1888

The principles of political economy & taxation by David Ricardo 1912

Essays on some Unsettled Questions of Political Economy by John Stuart Mill 1874

On the Concept of Social Value by Joseph Schumpeter 1909

Socialism and the social movement by Werner Sombart 1909

Looking Backward by Edward Bellamy 1917 (the classic fictional story of Julian West, a young American who, towards the end of the 19th century, falls into a deep, hypnosis-induced sleep and wakes up 113 years later. He finds himself in the same location but in a totally changed [Socialistic] world)

The People's Marx (Abridged version of Capital) 1921

The Marxian Economic Handbook and Glossary by WH Emmett 1922

The Political Theories of P.J. Proudhon by Shi Yung Lu 1922

What is Property, By Pierre Joseph Proudhon 1840

The State - Its Nature, Object, and Destiny By Pierre Joseph Proudhon 1849

Mediaeval Socialism by Jarrett Bede 1914

An Introductory Lecture on Political Economy by Nassau William Senior 1827

Three lectures on the rate of wages by Nassau William Senior 1830

The engineers and the price system by Thorstein Veblen 1921

The Theory of the Leisure Class, an economic study of institutions by Thorstein Veblen 1918

The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism by Max Weber 1920

The Physiocrats, 6 lectures on the French économistes of the 18th century by Henry Higgs 1897

Economic History of the United States by Ernest L Bogart 1914

Economic History of England by M Briggs 1914

The Theory and History of Banking by Charles Dunbar 1922

Train and Bank Robbers of the Wild West 1889

True History of the so-called £1,000,000 Forgery, the bank duped: how the impregnable Bank of England showered its bags of gold on George Bidwell

The Economic Interpretation of History by Edwin Seligman 1902

Guild Socialism by Niles Carpenter 1922

The Case for Capitalism by Hartley Whithers 1920

Both Sides of the Tariff Question by the world's leading men 1890

Protectionism, the -ism which teaches that waste makes wealth by William Graham Sumner 1885

History of Economic Thought by Lewis Haney 1922

The Evolution of Modern Capitalism by JA Hobson 1907

The Roosevelt Panic of 1907 By Adolph Edwards 1907

The Causes of the Panic of 1893 by W. Jett Lauck 1907

A Short History of Coins and Currency by Sir John Lubbock 1902

United States Notes - a History of the various issues of paper money by the Government of the United States by John Jay Knox 1899

The Gold Standard by Gold standard defence association 1898

The Gold Standard: its causes, its effects, and its future by Wilhelm von Kardorff-Wabnitz 1880

New View Of Society by Robert Owen 1813

Letters to Malthus on Political Economy by Jean Baptiste Say 1821

Elements of Political Economy by James Mill 1826

Overproduction and Crises by Johann Karl Rodbertus 1908

General Theory of Political Economy by William Stanley Jevons 1886

Imperialism - A Study by John A Hobson 1902



Dictionary of Political Economy, Volume 1 by Sir Robert Palgrave 1915

Dictionary of Political Economy, Volume 2 by Sir Robert Palgrave 1915

Dictionary of Political Economy, Volume 3 by Sir Robert Palgrave 1915

Economic interpretation of history by James E Rogers 1888

Economic Determinism by Lida Parce 1913

The philosophy of wealth by John Bates Clark 1894

Principles of the economic philosophy of society, government and industry by Van Buren Denslow 1888

History of economics by Joseph Dewe 1908

Jesus an Economic Mediator bA treatise on political economy; (1830)y James Darby 1922

On the Principles of Political Economy by David Ricardo 1821

Outline of Economic by Richard Ely 1918

Political Economy For Beginners by MG Fawcett 1911

The Austrian Economists and their View of Value, article in the Journal of Economics 1889

Popular fallacies regarding trade by Frederic Bastiat 1882

Fallacies of protection by Frederic Bastiat 1909

Popular Fallacies Regarding General Interests by Frederic Bastiat 1849

An Introduction to the Study of Political Economy by Luigi Cossa 1893

The cause of business depressions as disclosed by an analysis of the basic principles of economics by Hugo Bilgram 1914

The federal reserve system by Henry Parker Willis 1920

The Federal reserve monster by Sam Clark 1922

The economics of socialism by HM Hyndman 1921

The economics of Herbert Spencer by Owen William 1891

LIBERTY AND TAXATION by Benjamin Tucker

Calumet K
This 1901 book is the story of one man's ingenuity, perseverance and struggle in the construction of a grain elevator and of his exhilarating triumph.
Ayn Rand considered this her favorite novel, and wrote that "it has one element that I have never found in any other novel: the portrait of an efficacious man."

Political Economy For Beginners by MG Fawcett 1900

The Austrian Economists, article in The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 1890

Facts and figures, the basis of economic science by E Atkinson 1904

The Case against Protection by E Cooke 1909

Fair trade unmasked by the Cobden Club 1887

Principles of Scientific Management by Frederick Winslow Taylor 1911

Plus You Get:

The Phenomenology of Mind, Volume 1 by Hegel 1910

The Phenomenology of Mind, Volume 2 by Hegel 1910

Hegel's Philosophy of Right 1896

Hegel's Philosophy of Mind 1894

Hegel and Hegelianism by R. Mackintosh 1904

The Logic of Hegel 1892

Studies in Hegelian cosmology by John McTaggart 1901

Hegels Treatment of the Categories of Quantity 1904

Hegel's Esthetics- A Critical Exposition 1885

Hegel's doctrine of reflection by William T Harris 1881

Karl Marx by Achille Loria 1920

Karl Marx on Value by John W Scott 1920

Karl Marx, an Essay by Harold J Laski 1922

The Philosophy of Marx by Harry Waton 1921

Karl Marx and the (American) Civil War by Hermann Schluter 1921

The Marx he Knew by John Spargo 1909

Karl Marx, the man and his work by Karl Dannenberg 1918

Marxian Economics - a popular introduction to the Three Volumes of Marx's "Capital" 1911 by Ernest Untermann

The Social Interpretation of History; a refutation of the Marxian Economic Interpretation of History by Maurice William 1921

A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy by Karl Marx 1901

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