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Page 132 - Review. 12. Godwin's Political Justice (On Property). Edited by HS SALT. " Shows Godwin at his best ; with an interesting and informing introduction."— Glasgow Herald.
Page 133 - Principles of State Interference. DG RITCHIE, MA " An interesting contribution to the controversy on the functions of the State.
Page 66 - When the support of the family depends, not on property, but on earnings, the common arrangement, by which the man earns the income and the wife superintends the domestic expenditure, seems to me in general the most suitable division of labour between the two persons.
Page 132 - RITCHIE, MA (Oxon.). New Edition, with two additional Essays on HUMAN EVOLUTION. " One of the most suggestive books we have met with."— Literary World.
Page 132 - Ought to be in the hands of every student of the Nineteenth Century spirit."— Echo. " No one can complain of not being able to understand what Mr. Bosanquet means."— fall Mall Gazette. 16. Charity Organisation. CS LOCH, Secretary to Charity Organisation Society.
Page 134 - Written with striking ability, and sure to attract attention." — Newcastle Chronicle. 42. The Revolutionary Spirit preceding the French Revolution.
Page 134 - DOUBLE VOLUMES, Each 3s. 6d. 1. Life of Robert Owen. LLOYD JONES. "A worthy record of a life of noble activities."— Manchester Examiner. 2. The Impossibility of Social Democracy : a Second Part of " The Quintessence of Socialism ". Dr. A. SCHAFFLE.
Page 133 - Mr. Robertson's style is excellent— nay, even brilliant— and his purely literary criticisms bear the mark of much acumen." — Times. 86. Outlooks from the New Standpoint. E. BELFOHT BAX. "Mr. Bax is a very acute and accomplished student of history and economics.