An inquiry into socialism

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AN INTO SOCIALISMINQUIRY BY THE SAME AUTHOR. A HISTORY OF SOCIALISM. Third Edition, Revised and Crown 8vo. cloth. PriceEnlarged. 6d. net.7-r. ANDPROGRESS THE FISCAL PROBLEM. Crown 8vo. cloth. Price 6d. net. 3*. SOUTH AFRICA : OLD AND NEW. A STUDY OF EMPIRE. Crown 8vo. cloth. Price 6d.3^. A PRIMER OF SOCIALISM. Crown 8vo. cloth flexible. Price is. net. A. & C. Soho W.BLACK, Square, London, INTO SOCIALISMAN INQUIRY BY KIRKUPTHOMAS THIRD EDITION REVISED AND ENLARGED NEW IMPRESSION AND CO.LONGMANS, GREEN, 39 PATERNOSTER LONDONROW, NEW BOMBAY AND CALCUTTAYORK, 1909 All reservedrights PREFACE THIS book was first at the end ofpublished 1887. in beenIt went into a second edition and has1888, out of sinceprint 1890. For the edition I havepresent very carefully revised the book in the of the freshlight knowledge and which we have since 1888.experience gained But I have not found it to alter it innecessary any The I madeessential have are suchrespect. changes as have been to it to date in itsrequisite bring up to recent and events orreferences contemporary desirable for the further andclearing up development andof a great perplexing subject. As I stated in to the first edition,my preface ' the aim of this book is to out what is funda-bring bothmental in as contrasted with theSocialism, social and with theories for whichsystemprevailing is anit is mistaken.

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AN INTO SOCIALISMINQUIRYBY THE SAME AUTHOR.
A HISTORY OF SOCIALISM. Third Edition,
Revised and Crown 8vo. cloth. PriceEnlarged.
6d. net.7-r.
ANDPROGRESS THE FISCAL PROBLEM.
Crown 8vo. cloth. Price 6d. net.
3*.
SOUTH AFRICA : OLD AND NEW. A STUDY OF
EMPIRE. Crown 8vo. cloth. Price 6d.3^.
A PRIMER OF SOCIALISM. Crown 8vo. cloth
flexible. Price is. net.
A. & C. Soho W.BLACK, Square, London,INTO SOCIALISMAN INQUIRY
BY
KIRKUPTHOMAS
THIRD EDITION
REVISED AND ENLARGED
NEW IMPRESSION
AND CO.LONGMANS, GREEN,
39 PATERNOSTER LONDONROW,
NEW BOMBAY AND CALCUTTAYORK,
1909
All reservedrightsPREFACE
THIS book was first at the end ofpublished 1887.
in beenIt went into a second edition and has1888,
out of sinceprint 1890.
For the edition I havepresent very carefully
revised the book in the of the freshlight knowledge
and which we have since 1888.experience gained
But I have not found it to alter it innecessary any
The I madeessential have are suchrespect. changes
as have been to it to date in itsrequisite bring up
to recent and events orreferences contemporary
desirable for the further andclearing up development
andof a great perplexing subject.
As I stated in to the first edition,my preface
'
the aim of this book is to out what is funda-bring
bothmental in as contrasted with theSocialism,
social and with theories for whichsystemprevailing
is anit is mistaken.' It to discoverusually attempt
what is and beneficent in the socialistenduring
a ofmovement the andforces,by study principles,
tendencies which are at work in the ofpresent stage
evolution. An intohistoric Socialism natu-inquiry
divides itself into three We must firstrally parts.
the which Socialismconsider undertakes toproblemvi INTO SOCIALISMINQUIRY
solve and this leads us to the and
; study origin
nature of the We have next tosystem.present
determine as as what Socialism is andpossibleclearly
the nature of the solution it offers. weAnd, lastly,
have to discuss how far the solution is to belikely
successful. These I have treated in succession,points
but without to a division ofadhering rigid topics.
The reader will find also that I have not adopted
a formal and technical of treatment. Socialismstyle
is not a technical but a wide humansubject merely,
most connected with the moral,question, intimately
and of thesocial, political development present age.
It to the In such a move-appeals general intelligence.
ment the effective teachers and critics are Timeonly
and his who have indeeddaughter Experience, already
us some notable lessons. Thetaught very good
reader will find in this book the net result of an exten-
sive and of the socialist movementprolonged study
as illustrated these two instructors ofby erringgreat
men.
' '
The is a volume toInquiry companion my
'
of Socialism.' Those who desire referencesHistory
to or who wish to theauthorities, study development
of socialistic will Ifind them there. Buttheories,
like hereshould to make ofspecial acknowledgment
toGerman economistsmy obligations among Roscher,
Adolf Adolf toabove SchafEeHeld, and, all,Wagner, ;
also to and S. Mill.Laveleye J.
T. KIRKUP