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Some Objections to Socialism

Some Objections to Socialism
Catalog # SKU3545
Publisher TGS Publishing
Weight 1.00 lbs
Author Name Charles Bradlaugh
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Some Objections
to Socialism

Charles Bradlaugh

The great evils connected with and resulting from poverty-evils which are so prominent and so terrible in old countries, and especially in populous cities-have, in our own land compelled the attention, and excited the sympathy, of persons in every rank of society.



Many remedies have been suggested and attempted, and from time to time, during the present century, there have been men who, believing that the abolition of individual private property would cure the misery abounding, have advocated Socialism. Some pure-hearted and well-meaning men and women, as Robert Owen, Abram Combe, and Frances Wright, have spent large fortunes, and devoted much of their lives in the essay to test their theories by experiments.

As communities, none of these attempts have been permanently successful, though they have doubtless, by encouraging and suggesting co-operative effort in England, done something to modify the fierceness of the life struggle, in which too often the strongest and most unscrupulous succeeded by destroying his weaker brother.

Some Socialistic associations in the United States, as the Shakers and the Oneida community, have been held together in limited numbers as religious societies, but only even apparently successful, while the numbers of each community remained comparatively few. Some communities have for many years bravely endured the burden of debt, penury, and discomfort, to be loyal to the memory of their founder, as in the case at Icaria of the followers of Cabet.

30 pages - 5½ x 8½ softcover

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