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Essays in Social Justice

by Thomas Nixon Carver .
Format
Book; Online
Published
Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1915.
Language
English
Contents
  • What is justice?--The ultimate basis of social conflict.
  • The principle of self-centered appreciation commonly called self-interest.
  • The forms of human conflict.
  • Economic competition.
  • How ought wealth to be distributed?--How much is a man worth?--Interest.
  • Socialism and the present unrest.
  • Constructive democracy.
  • The single tax.
  • The question of inheritance.
  • The question of monopoly.
  • The cure for poverty.
  • The responsibility of the rich for the condition of the poor.
  • Social service.
  • How ought the burdens of taxation to be distributed?
Description
vii, 429 p. diagrs. 22 cm.
Local Notes
HathiTrust shared print program 2017.
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