Das Recht auf den vollen Arbeitsertrag in geschichtlicher Darstellung.

Stuttgart, J. G. Cotta, 1886.

8vo, pp. x, 171, [1] blank; some pencil underlining and side-ruling; modern cloth, typed paper spine label.


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First edition of a work described by Gide and Rist as ‘indispensable à consulter pour l’histoire du socialisme’. There are chapters on Godwin, Hall, Thompson, Saint-Simon and his followers, Proudhon, Rodbertus, Marx, Louis Blanc and Ferdinand Lassalle.

Schumpeter p. 480; Einaudi has only the English and French translations; see Histoire des Doctrines economiques depuis les physiocrates jusqu’à nos jours.

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