Ein Blick in den Zukunftsstaat. Produktion und Konsum im Sozialstaat. Mit einer Vorrede von Karl Kautsky.

Stuttgart, J. H. W. Dietz, 1898.

8vo, pp. xxiv, 104; lightly browned throughout, a very good copy in quarter green morocco over marbled boards, original wrappers bound in; extremities a little rubbed; with the bookplate of Baron and Baroness Ernest Seillière on the front paste down and a contemporary French newspaper review pasted to the front flyleaf.

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First edition of this utopian discourse on the industrial and commercial composition of the ideal socialised state. The most common attribution is to the Latvian-born economist Carl Ballod, though some, including the British Library, suggest the author Gustav Jaeckh. There is a significant foreword (pp. V-XXIV) by the Czech-German philosopher and Marxist theoretician Karl Kautsky (1854-1938).

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