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Fabian Tract No. 129. 



MORE BOOKS TO READ 

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PREFATORY NOTE. 

The following list of books is a supplement to the fourth edition of 
"What to Read" (Tract No. 29 ; 6d. n.), published in October, 1901. 
The books are classified under almost the same headings, and in some 
cases headings are inserted without books in order to indicate that 
the editors have nothing to add to the earlier list. The books cata- 
logued consist of publications since October, 1901, and only in one 
or two cases, for special reasons, are older books or new editions 
mentioned. A small number of the more important Blue-books 
are added at the end of the sections concerned. 

The editors cannot pretend to have read or examined every book 
in the list, and occasionally they may have placed books under wrong 
headings, owing to the practice, unfortunately common with authors, 
of using misleading or vague titles. 

The books selected are those likely to be required by Socialists 
and Social Reformers, and for this reason the completeness of the 
lists greatly varies. For example, under Free Trade, only a dozen 
volumes are named out of the hundreds published, whilst under 
Socialism all books of any permanent importance are (or should 
be) included. 

Finally, the editors desire to say that, although on the subjects 
named they have used every endeavor to mention all the books suit- 
able in respect of price and contents for the class of reader contem- 
plated — that is, for those who do not desire very recondite, or, unless 
absolutely indispensable, very expensive, books — they cannot hope 
that there are no omissions, and that every book named is rightly 
included. 



INDEX OF AUTHORS. 

A — Acton, II. Acworth, 16. Adams, 13. Addams, 6. Alden, 18. Alston, 10. 

Amery, 15. Andrews, ii. Armitage Smith, 9. Ashbce, 16. Ashley, P., 9, 10. 

Ashley, VV. J., 9, 11, 12. Ashley, R. L., 15. Atkins, 15. Atkinson, 10. 
B— Bax, 16. Best, II. Binns, 5. Blackburn, 18, 19. Bland, 17. Blatchford, 16. 

Blauvelt, 6. Boies, 7. B^hm-Bawerk, 8. Bonn, 13. Bosanquet, 10. Boutmy, 15. 

Bowles, 9. Bowley, 17. Boyle, 9. Brabrook, 9. Bradshaw, 8. Brooks, 16. 

Bucher, 10. Burton, 12. 



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C — Cadbury, 19. Cannan, 7. Cantlie, 15. Carlile, 18. Carpenter, 7. Chap- 
man, 13. Chappie, 15. Chesterton, 15. Chomley, 9. Churchill, 5. Clare- 
mont,8. Clarke, 12. Collet, 19. CoUings, 13. Cotton, 11. Cox, 9, 13. Crin- 
nell, 17. Cummings, 7. Cunningham, W., 9, 13. Cunnjngham, W. (Dunferm- 
line), 16. 

D — Darby, II. Dannn, 14. Dawson, 9, 10. Day, 10. De Montmorency, 8. De- 
vine, 15. Dicey, 6. Dickinson, 17. Diosy, 10. Disraeli, 5. Dodd, 16. Drage, 18. 
Dundee Social Union, 12. Dutt, 12, 

B — Egerton, 12, Eighty Club, 15. Eltzbacher, 10. Ensor, 16. 

P— Ferri, 16. Flux, 8. Fox, 13. 

Q^-Geddes, 14. Gent, 17. Giffen, 8. Gilman, 5. Gladstone, 5. Conner, 8. Gor- 
don, 9. Gorst, 6. Goschen, 8. Gray, 10. 

H — Haggard, 13. Haldane, 6, 8. Hamilton, 5. Hand, 6. Harrison, 10, 19. Hart, 5. 
Haw, II, 14, 17. Henderson, 8. Higgs, 15, 18. Hillquit, 16. Hinds, 6. 
Hirst, 9, 18. Hobhouse, 15. Hobson, 5, 9, 12, 17. Hollander, 18. Holyoake,7. 
Horsfall, ii. Howell, 18. Hughes, 8. Hunt, ii. Hunter, 18. Hutchins, 10. 

I — Ingram, 17. Irvine, 12. 

J — ^Jaur^, 17. Jeans, 12. Jebb, 13. Jenks, 6. 

K— Keeble, 6. Kelley, 17. Kellor, 7. Kidd, 10. Kirkbridge, 18. Knoop, $. Kro- 
potkin, s, 10, 13. 

L — Lange, 14. Laughlin, 7. Law, 9. Lawson, 12. Lee, 10. Lilly, 12. Lloyd, 8. 
Loch, 14, 17. Low, 12, 15. Lushington, 8. Lydston, 7. 

Macdonald, 8, 17, 19. McCleary,l6. Mackail, 5. Mackenzie, 16. McMillan 8. 
Marr, II. Martin, 13. Maxwell, 10. Meakin, ii. Mercia, 7. Meredith, 9. 
Merz, II. Meyer, 14, 16. Millar, 14, 17. Milnes, 13. Money, 9, 17. Monroe, 8. 
Moore, 13. Morley, 5. Morris, 5. Murray, 13. 
N — Newman, 16. Nicholson, 8, 9, 13. Noel, 15. 

O— Oliver, F. S., 5. Oliver, T., 12. Olivier, 12. Oman, 16. Ostrogorski, 15. Owen, 5. 
P — Parsons, II. Passos, 18. Paul, 11. Payne, 12. Peaker, 6. Pease, 7. Penty, 17. 

Pigou, 5. Plunkett, 13. Podmore, 5. Pratt, 14, 16, 18. 
R — Reason, 18. Redlich, 10. Reeves, 12. Reid, 7. Reinsch, 12. Ripley, 18. 

Rogers, A. G. L., 14. Rogers, F., 14. Ross, 16. Rowntree, B. S., 12. Rown- 

tree, J., 7. Ruskin, 5. Russell, 19. Ryan, 11. 
S— Salceby, 17. Samuel, 15. Sanders, 15. Seligmann, 8. Sellers, 15. Semett, 11. 

Shadwell, 7, 12. Shaw, 10. Shaw, G. B., 14. Sherard, 6. Sherwell, 7. Sichell, 5. 

Smart, 9, 14. Smith, 19. Smyth, 15. Southwark (Bp. of), 19. Sparge, 6, 17. 

Speaker y 15. Spelling, 16. Steffens, 10. Suthers, 14, 18. Swann, 19. 
T — Tarbell, 18. Tarde, 19. Thompson, 11. Tolstoi, 17. Trevelyan, 6. 
U— Unwin, ii. 

V— VinogradoflF, 10. Vynne, 13. 

W— Walker, 7. Wame, 18. Webb, C, 7. Webb, S., 8. Webb, S. & B., 7, 10. 
Westermarck, 15. Whelpley, 9. Wells, 10, 19. Whitehouse, 14. Whiteway,7. 
Whitman, 5. Wilcox, 14. Woodworth, 17. 

Y— Young, 13. 
Z— Zueblin, 14. 



^IDore Books to IReab. 



The abbreviation n. means net. Tr. = translated. 

Government publications, which can be obtained of the Government publishers, 
or of P. S. King and Son, Great Smith Street, Westminster, London, S.W., are 
placed at the end of the sections concerned, and follow a thin line. 



Anarchism. 

Hart, W. C. The confessions of an anarchist. iqo6, Richards, 
2/6 n. 

Kkopotkin, Peter. The conquest of bread. 1906, Chapman, 
10/6 n. 

Arbitration — Industrial, and Conciliation. 

GiLMAN, N. P. Methods of industrial peace. 1904, Macmillan, 

7/6. 

Knoop, D. Industrial conciliation and arbitration. 1905, 
King, 7/6 n. 

PiGOU, A. C. Principles and methods of industrial peace. 
1905, Macmillan, 3/6 n. 

Biographies of Socialists and Reformers. 

Churchill, Lord Randolph, Life of. By Winston Churchill. 

2 vol. 1905, 36s. n. 
Disraeli, Isaac. Disraeli : a study in personality and ideas. 

By Walter Sichel. 1904, Methuen, 12/6 n. 
Gladsto.ne, W. E., Life of. By John Morley. 2 vol. 1906, 

Macmillan, 5s. n. each. 
Hamilton, Alexander. By F. Scott Oliver. 1906, Constable, 

12/6 n. 

Morris, William, Life of. By J. W. Mackail. 1902, Long- 
mans, JOS. n. 

Owen, Robert. A biography. By Frank Podmore. 1906, 

Hutchinson, 24s. n. 
RusKiN, John — social reformer. By J. A. Hobson. IQ04, Nis- 

bet, 2/6 n. 

Whitman, Walt, Life of. By Henry B. Binns. 1905, Methuen, 
10/6 n. 



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Children. 

GoRST, Sir J. E. The children of the nation : how their health 
and vigor should be promoted by the state. 1906, Methuen, 
7/6 n. 

Sherard, R. H. The child-slaves of Britain. 1905, Hurst, 6s. 
Spargo, J. Bitter cry of the children [American]. American 

academy vol. on child labor. 1906. 
Trevelyan, Rev. William Pitt. Some results of boarding-out 

poor law children. 1903, King, 2s. n. 

Report of the proceedings of the international congress for the 
welfare and protection of children, held in London, July 
1902. King, 2/6 n. 

Employment of school children. Report of interdepartmental 
committee. Cd. 849, 1902, 3d. 

Street trading. Report of interdepartmental committee, with 
evidence. Cd. 1144, 1902, 1/8. 

Medical inspection and feeding of (school) children. . . . Inter- 
departmental committee report. Cd. 2779, 1905, 1/3. 

Feeding of school children in Continental and American cities. 
Return relating to methods adopted in great Continental 
and American cities for dealing with underfed children. 
Cd. 2926, 1906, 4jd. 

Board of education. Reports on children under five years of 
age in public elementary schools. . . . Cd. 2726, 1906, 8Jd. 

Citizenship. 

Addams, Jane. Democracy and social ethics [American]. 1902, 

Macmillan, 5s. n. 
Hand, J. E. (ed.). Science in public affairs. With a preface by 

R. B. Haldane. 1906, Allen, ss. n. 
Keebi.e, S. E. (ed.). Citizen of to-morrow. A handbook on 

social questions. 1906, C. H. Kelly, 2s. n. 
Peaker, J. British citizenship. 1906, Ralph Holland, 2s. 

Communist and Co-operative Experiments. 

Hlnds, Wm. Alfred. American communities. 1902, Ker 
(Chicago). 

Constitutional History, British. 

Blauvelt, Mary T. Development of cabinet government in 

England. 1902, Macmillan, 6s. n. 
Dicey, A. V. Relation between law and public opinion in 

England during the nineteenth century. 1905, Macmillan, 

10/6 n. 

Jenks, E. Parliamentary England. The evolution of the 
cabinet system. (Story of the nations.) 1903, Unwin, 5s. 



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Co-operation. 

HoLYOAKE, Geo. J. The history of co-operation. Revised edn. 

1905, Unwin, 21s. 
Webb, Catherine. Industrial co-operation. Co-op. Union, 

Manchester, 2/6 n. 

Crime and Prison Treatment. 

Boies, H. M. Science of penology : defence of society against 
crime. 1902, Putnam, 155. n. 

Carpenter, Edward. Prisons, police and punishment : an en- 
quiry into the causes and treatment of crime and criminals. 
1905, Fifield, 2/6 n. 

Kellor, F. a. Experimental sociology : delinquents. 1902, 
Macmillan, 8/6 n. 

Lydston, Dr. G. F. The diseases of society (the vice and crime 
problem). 1905, Lippincott, iSs. n. 

Mercia, C. Criminal responsibility. 1905, Frowde, 7/6 n. 

Whiteway, a. R. Recent object lessons in penal science. 
1902, Sonnenschein, 3/6 n. 

Currency, Banking and Exchange. 

Laughlin, J. L. Principles of money. 1903, J. Murray, i6s. n. 

Drink Question. 

CuMMiNG, A. N. Public house reform. 1902, Sonnenschein, 
2/6. 

Pease, E. R. The case for municipal drink trade. 1904, P. S. 
King, 2/6 n. 

Reid, G. Archdall. Alcoholism: a study in heredity. 1901, 
Unwin, 6s. n. 

Rowntree, Joseph, and Arthur Sherwell. The taxation of 
the liquor trade. Vol. i., public houses, etc. 1906, Mac- 
millan, 10/6 n. 

Public control of the liquor traffic. 1903, Richards, 

2 6 n. 

Shadwell, Arthur. Drink, temperance and legislation. 1902, 
Longmans, 5s. n. 

Walker, J. Commonwealth as publican : examination of Go- 
thenburg system. 1902, Constable, 2/6 n. 

Webb, Sidney and Beatrice. The history of liquor licensing 
in England. 1903, Longmans, 2/6 n. 

Economics, Early. 

Economic Theory, History of. 

Cannan, Edwin. A history of the theories of production and 
distribution. 1903, King, 10/6 n. 



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Economics, Classical. 

Economics, Modern. 

B5hm-Bawerk, E. B. Recent literature on interest. Supple- 
ment to Capital and interest. 1904, Macmillan, 4/6 n. 

Claremont, a. W. Pictures in political economy. 1904, 
Richards, 3/6 n. 

Flux, A. W. Economic principles. An introductory study. 
1904, Methuen, 7/6 n. 

GiFFEN, Sir Robert. Economic inquiries and studies. 2 vol. 
1904, Bell, 2 IS. n. 

GoNNER, E. C. K. Interest and saving. 1906, Macmillan, 3/6 n. 

GoscHEN, The Hon. Viscount. Essays and addresses on econ- 
omic questions. 1905, Arnold, iss. n. 

Nicholson, J. S. Elements of political economy. 1904, Black, 
7/6 n. 

Seligman, Edwin R. A. Principles of economics, with special 
reference to American conditions. 1906, Longmans, 9s. n. 

Education. 

DE Montmorency, J. E. D. State intervention in English 

education from earliest times to 1833. 1902, Clay, 5s. n. 
Haldane, R. B. Education and empire : addresses on certain 

topics of the day. 1902, Murray, ss. n. 
Hughes, R. E. The making of citizens : study in comparative 

education. 1902, W. Scott, 6s. 
McMillan, M. Education through the imagination. 1904, 

Sonnenschein, 3/6. 
Monroe, P. Text-book of the history of education. 1905, 

Macmillan, 5s. n. 
Webb, Sidney. London education. 1904, Longmans, 2/6 n. 

Election and Registration Law. 

Henderson, A., M.P., and J. R. MacDonald, M.P. Notes on 
organization and the law of registration and election. 1903, 
Labor Party, 28 Victoria Street, London, 2 6 n. 

Lloyd, J. Seymour. Elections and how to fight them. 1905, 
Vacher, 3/6 n. 

Municipal elections and how to fight them. 1906, 

Vacher, 1/6 n. 

LusHLNGTON, S. G. County council and municipal election 
manual. 2nd edn. 1892, Shaw, 7 6. 

Electoral and Legislative Machinery. 

Emigration and Immigration. 

Bradshaw, F., and C. Emanuel. Alien immigration : should 
restrictions be imposed ? 1904, Isbister, 2/6 n. 



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Emigration and Immigration — continued. 

Gordon, Major Evans. The alien immigrant. 1903, Heine- 
mann, 6s. n. 

Whklpley, J. D. The problem of the immigrant. 1905, Chap- 
man, 10/6 n. 

Finance, Public, including Rates and Taxation. 

ARMfTAGE-SMiTH, G. Principles and methods of taxation. 

1905, Murray, Ss. n. 

Bowles, T. G. National finance. An imminent peril. 1904, 
Unwin, 6d. n. 

Boyle, E., and G. Humphreys Davies. Principles of rating. 

1906, Clowes, 20s. n. 

Hirst, F. W. A preface to the budget, how to save, how to 
spend, how to tax. 1905, Speaker^ is. n. 



Income Tax. Departmental committee on. Cd. 2575, 1905, 3d. 
Graduated income taxes in foreign countries. Cd. 2587, 1905, 

in colonies. S.P. 196, 1905, lod. [1/5. 

in Tasmania. S.P. 282, 1905, 7d. 

Free Trade, Protection and International Trade. 

Ashley, W. J. The tariff problem. 1903, King, 3/6 n. 
Ashley, Percy. Modern tariff history : Germany, United 

States, France. 1904, J. Murray, 10/6 n. 
Chomley, C. H. Protection in Canada and Australasia. 1904, 

King, 3/6 n. 

Cox, H. British industries under free trade. Essays by experts. 
1904, Unwin, 6s. 

Cunningham, W. The rise and decline of the free trade move- 
ment. 1904, Cambridge University Press, 2/6 n. 

Dawson, William Harbutt. Protection in Germany. 1904, 
King, 3/6 n. 

HoBSON, John A. International trade : an application of 

economic theory. 1904, Methuen, 2/6 n. 
Law, a. Maurice. Protection in the United States. 1904, 

King, 3/6 n. 

Meredith, H. O. Protection in France. 1904, King, 3/6 n. 
Money, L. G. Chiozza. Elements of the fiscal problem. 1903, 
King, 3/6 n. 

Nicholson, J. S. History of the English corn laws. 1904, 

Sonnenschein, 2/6. 
Smart, William. The return to protection. 1904, Macmillan, 

5s. n. 

Friendly Societies, etc. 

Brabrook, Sir E. Building societies. 1906, King, is. n. 



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Government, United Kingdom. — Central. 

Government, United Kingdom. — Local. 

Ashley, Percy. Local government. 1905, Jack, is. n. 
Local and central government : a comparative study 

of England, France, Prussia, and the United States. 1900, 

Murray, 10/6 n. 

Atkinson, Mabel. Local government in Scotland. 1904, 
Blackwood, 12/6 n. (Remainder sold at 5s.) 

Lee, W. L. M. History of police in England. 1902, Methuen, 
3/6 n. 

Maxwell, R. C. English local government. 1905, Dent, is. 
Reduch, J. Local government in England. Edited by F. W. 

Hirst. 2 vol. 1903, MacmiUan, 21s. n. Remainder sold 

at 7/6. 

Shaw's local government manual. 1905, Shaw, 7/6. 
Webb, Sidney and Beatrice. English local government : the 
parish and the county. 1906, Longmans, i6s. n. 

Government, Foreign. 

Alston, Leonard. Modern constitutions in outline. 1905, 
Longmans, 2/6 n. 

Dawson, W. H. The German workman : a study in industrial 
efficiency. 1906, King, 6s. n. 

Day, Clive. The policy and administration in Java. 1904, 
Macmillan, 8/6 n. 

DiosY, Arthur. The new far east. 1904, Cassell, 3/6. 

Eltzbacher, O. Modern Germany. Her political and econ- 
omic problems, etc. 1905, Smith, Elder, 7/6 n. 

Stefffns, Lincoln. The shame of the cities [American]. 
1904, Heinemann, 5s. n. 

Wells, H. G. The future in America. 1906, Chapman, 
10/6 n. 

History of Economic and Social Development. 

BosANQUET, Helen. The family. 1906, Macmillan, 8/6 n. 
BucHKR, C. Industrial evolution. 1902, Bell, 12s. 
Gray, R. Kirkman. A history of British philanthropy. 1905, 
King, 7/6 n. 

HuTCHiNS, B. L., and A. Harrison. A history of factory legis- 
lation. 1903, King, 10/6 n. 

KiDD, B. Principles of western civilization. 1902, Macmillan, 
iSs. n. 

Kropotkin, Prlnce. Mutual aid. 1902, Heinemann, 3/6. 

History, Mediaeval. 

Vinogradoff, Dr. P. The growth of the manor. 1906, Son- 
nenschein, 10/6. 



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History, Modern. 

Acton, Lord. The Cambridge modern histoiy. Edited by A. 
W. Ward, G. W. Prothero, and Stanley Leathes. 12 vol. 
1904, Cambridge University Press, i6s. each. 

Andrews, £. B. The United States in our time. A history 
from reconstruction to expansion. 1904, Chatto, i6s. n. 

Hunt, W., and R. L. Poole (eds.). Political history of Eng- 
land. 12 vol. 1905-6, Longmans, 80s. n. the set. 7/6 n. 
each. 

Merz, J. T. A history of European thought in the nineteenth 
century. Vol. i., 1904, William Blackwood, 10 6. Vol. ii., 
1903, 15s. n. 

Paul, Herbert. A history of modern England (5 vols). 1904-6, 

Macmillan, 8/6 n. each. 
Unwin, George. Industrial organization in the sixteenth and 

seventeenth centuries. 1906, Clarendon Press, 7/6. 

Hospital Management. 

Hours of Labor and Wages. 

Ashley, W. J. The progress of the German working classes in 
the last quarter of a century. 1905, Longmans, 1/6 n. 

Best. R. H., W. T. Davis, and C. Perks. The brassworkers of 
Berlin and Birmingham. 1905, King, is. n. 

Ryan, J. A. A living wage [American]. 1905, Macmillan, 
4/6 n. 

Housing. 

Haw, Geo. Britain's homes. 1902, Clarion^ 2/6 n. 
HoRSFALL, T. C. Improvement of the dwellings of the people. 

The example of Germany. 1904, Sherrat and Hughes, is. n. 
Marr, T. R. Housing conditions in Manchester and Salford 

(report). 1904, Sherrat and Hughes, is. n. 
Meakin, Budget. Model factories and villages : ideal conditions 

of labor and housing. 1905, Unwin, 7/6. 
Parsons, J. Housing by voluntary enterprise : an examination 

of provision by municipal authorities. 1903, King, 2 6 n. 
Semett, a. R. Garden cities in theory and practice. 2 vol. 

1905, Bemrose, 21s. n. 
Thompson, W. The housing handbook. IQ04, P. S. King, 

2/6 n. 

Imperial and Colonial Problems. 

Cotton, Sir Henry J. S. New India, or, India in transition. 

1904, Kegan Paul, 3/6 n. 
Darby, W: E. International tribunals : a collection of various 

schemes. 1904, Dent, 15s. n. 



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Imperial and Colonial Problems — continued. 

DuTT, R. Economic history of British India. Record of agri- 
culture and land settlements, trade and manufacturing in- 
dustries. 1902, Paul, 7/6. 

Egerton, H. E. Origin and growth of the English colonies 
and of their system of government. 1903, H. Frowde, 
Clarendon Press, 2/6. 

HoBSON, J. A. Imperialism : a study. 1904, Nisbet, 2/6 n. 

Irvine, R. F., and O. T. J. Alpers. Progress of New Zealand 
in a century. 1902, Chambers, fs. n. 

Lilly, W. S. India and its problems. 1902, Sands, 7/6 n. 

Low, Sidney. Vision of India. 1906, Smith, Elder, 10/6 n. 

Olivier, Sydney. White capital and colored labor. (Socialist 
library, vol. iv.) 1906, 1. L. P., is. and 1/6 n. 

Payne, E. J. Colonies and colonial federations. (English citi- 
zen series.) 1905, Macmillan, 3/6 n. 

Reeves, W. Pember. State experiments in Australia and New 
Zealand. 2 vol. 1902, Richards, 24s. n. 

Reinsch, p. S. Colonial government. 1902, Macmillan, 53. n. 

Industrial and Social Conditions. 

Ashley, W. J. British industries. A series of general reviews 

for business men and students. 1904, Longmans, 5/6 n. 
Burton, T. E. Financial crises and periods of industrial and 

commercial depression. 1902, E. Wilson, 6s. n. 
Chapman, Sydney J. The Lancashire cotton industry. A study 

in economic development. 1904, Sherrat and Hughes, 7/6. 
Clarke, Allen. The effect of the factory system. 1904, 

Richards, is. n. 

Dundee Social Union. Report on housing and industrial con- 
ditions and medical inspection of school children. 1905, 
(Dundee) Leng, 1/6. 

Jeans, J. S. The iron trade of Great Britain. 1906, Methuen, 
2/6 n. 

Lawson, W. R. British economics in 1904. 1905, Blackwood, 
6s. n. 

Oliver, Thomas. Trades (dangerous) : historical, social and 
legal aspects of industrial occupation as affecting health, by 
a number of experts. 1902, Murray, 25s. n. 

Rowntrke, B. Seebohm. Betting and gambling : a national 
evil. IQ05, Macmillan, 5s. n. 

Poverty : a study of town life [in York]. 1901, 

Macmillan, 10/6 n. 

Shadwell, a., M.A., M.D. Industrial efficiency. A compara- 
tive study of industrial life, England, Germany and America. 
2 vol. 1906, Longmans, 26s. n. 

Betting. Report of the House of Lords committee, with evi- 
dence. S.P. 370, 1901, 5d. 



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Industrial and Commercial History. 

Cunningham, W. The growth of English industry and com- 
merce in modern times. In two parts. 1904, Cambridge 
University Press, 25s. n. 

MiLNES, Alfred. From gild to factory. Short course of econ- 
omic history. 1904, Finch, 2s. n. 

Irish Questions. 

Bonn, Moritz J. Modern Ireland and her agrarian problem 
(tr. by T. W. Rolleston). 1906, Hodges, Figgis, 2/6 n. 

Murray, Alice Effie. History of the commercial and financial 
relations between England and Ireland from the period of 
the restoration. 1903, P. S. King, 10/6 n. 

Plunkett, Rt. Hon. H. Ireland in the new century. New edn. 
1905, Murray, is. n. 

Young, Filson. Ireland at the cross roads. An essay in ex- 
planation. 1904, Richards, 3/6 n. 

Labor Laws. 

Vynne, Nora, and Helen Blackburn. Women under the 
factory acts. 1903, Williams and Norgate, is. n. 

Land and Agriculture. 

Adams, T. Garden city and agriculture. 1905, Simpkin, is. n. 
CoLLiNGS, Rt. Hon. Jesse. Land reform, occupying ownership, 

peasant proprietary and rural education, iqob, Longmans, 

12 6 n. 

Cox, Harold. Taxation of land values. A delusion and a 

danger. IQ05, King, 6d. n. 
Fox, A. Wilson, C.B. The rating of land values. 1906, King, 

3,6 n. 

Haggard, H. Rider. The poor and the land. A report on the 
salvation army colonies. IQ05, Longmans, 16 n. 

Rural England. 2 vol. 1902, Longmans, 12s. n. 

Jebb, L. The small holdings of England. An inquiry into the 
conditions of success. 1906, Co-operative Small Holdings 
Society, 6d. n. 

Kropotkin. Fields, factories and workshops. IQ04, Sonnen- 
schein, 6d. n. 

Martin, J. W. Ruin of rural England : a warning. 1902, 
Simpkin, 3/6 n. 

MooRK, H. E. Our heritage in the land. IQ05, King, is. n. 

Nicholson, J. S., D.Sc. Rates and taxes as affecting agriculture. 
1905, Sonnenschein, 2/6. 

The relation of rents, wages and profits in agricul- 
ture, and their bearing on rural depopulation. IQ06, Son- 
nenschein, 2/6. 



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Land and Agriculture — continued. 

Pratt, Edwin A. Organization of agriculture. 1905, Murray, 
IS. n. 

Transition in agriculture. 1906, Murray, 5s. n. 

Rogers, A. G. L. Business side of agriculture. 1904, Methuen, 
2/6 n. 

Smart, Wm. The taxation of land values. 1900, Maclehose, 
2s. n. 

Agricultural laborers^ wages, earnings and conditions in the 
United Kingdom. Cd. 2376, 1905, 2/9. 

London Government. 

Lange, M. E. Local taxation in London. 1906, King, is. n. 

Mining Rents and Royalties. 

Municipal Enterprise and Government. 

Darwin, L. Municipal trade. 1903, J. Murray, 12s. n. 
Geddes, Patrick. City development. 1904, Geddes, 21s. n. 
Haw, George. To-day's work. Municipal government the 

hope of democracy. 1901, Clarion^ 2/6 n. 
Meyer, H. R. Municipal ownership in Great Britain. 1906, 

Macmillan, 7/6 n. 
Shaw, G. Bernard. The commonsense of municipal trading. 

1904, Constable, 2/6 n. 

SuTHERs, R. B. Mind your own business. The case of municipal 

management. 1905, Clarion^ 2/6 n. 
Whitehouse, J. H. Problems of a Scottish provincial town. 

1905, Allen, 3/6 n. 

Wilcox, D. F. The American city. A problem in democracy. 
1904, Macmillan, 5s. n. 

ZuEBLiN, Charles. American municipal progress. 1902, Mac- 
millan, 5s. n. 

Municipal trading. Report of joint committee. S.P. 270, 
19031 4s. 

Municipal corporations. Return of reproductive undertakings. 
S.P. 398, 1902, 1/3. 

Old Age Pensions. 

Loch, C. S. (ed.). Old age pensions : a collection of papers. 

IQ03, Macmillan, 2/6 n. 
Rogers, F., and F. Millar. Old age pensions. IQ03, Isbister, 

2/6 n. 

Aged pensioners bill. Report of committee, with evidence of 
colonies. S.P. 276, 1903, 1/6. 



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Origins of Society and Early History. 

Westermarck, E. a. Origin and development of the moral 
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Physical Degeneration. 

Amery, L. S. The problem of the army. 1904, Arnold, 6s. n. 
Atkins, J. B. National physical training. An open debate. 
•<aaiL- 1904, Isbister, 2/6. 

Cantlie, James. Physical efficiency. 1906, Putnam, 3/6. 
Chapple, W. a. Fertility of the unfit. 1904, Whitcomb and 
Tombs, 2/6 n. 

Smyth, A. Watt. Physical deterioration. Its causes and its 
cure. 1904, J. Murray, 6s. n. 

Physical training (Scotland). Royal commission, vol. i., report. 

Cd. 1507, 1903, i/i. 
Physical deterioration. Report of interdepartmental committee. 

Cd. 2175, 1904, 1/2. 

Political Science and Politics. 

Ashley, R. L. American federal state. A text-book in civics. 

1902, Macmillan, 8/6 n. 
BouTMY, Emile. The English people. A study of their political 

psychology. 1904, Unwin, i6s. 
Chesterton, Cecil. Gladstonian ghosts. 1905, Brown, 2/6 n. 
Eighty Club. The liberal view. 1904, King, 2/6 n. 
HOBHOUSE, L. T. Democracy and reaction. 1904, Unwin, 5s. 
Low, Sidney. Governance of England. IQ04, Unwin, 7/6 n. 
Noel, Conrad. The labor party. iqo6, Unwin, is. and 2s. 
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Poor Law^. 

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HiGGS, Mary. Glimpses into the abyss. iqo6. King, 3/6 n. 
Sellers, Edith. The Danish poor relief system. 1904, King, 
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Cunningham, Wm. Should our railways be nationalized ? 1906 

(Dunfermline). Sold by the Fabian Society, 2/6. 
Meyer, Hugo R. Government regulations of railway rates. 

1906, Macmillan, 6/6 n. 
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Ross, Hugh Munroe. British railways, their organization and 

management. 1904, Arnold, 5s. n. 
Spelling, T. C. Bossism and monopoly [railways in U.S.A.], 

1906, Unwin, 7/6 n. 



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Sanitation and Hygiene. 

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Bailli^re, 1/6 n. 

McClearv, G. F. Infantile mortality and infants* milk depdts. 

1905, King, 6s. n. 
Mackenzie, W. L. and M. E. Medical inspection of schools. 

1904, Hodge, 10/6 n. 
Newman, G. Infant mortality. 1906, Methuen, 7/6 n. 

Proceedings of the national conference on infantile mortality, 
held at Westminster, June, 1906. King, 1/6 n. 

Social Revolutions, Attempted. 

Bax, E. Belfort. The rise and fall of the anabaptists. 1903, 

Sonnenschein, 6s. 
Oman, C. The great revolt of 1381. 1906, Clarendon Press, 

8/6 n. 

Socialism as Stated by Socialists. 

Ashbee, C. R. Socialism and politics. 1906, Johnson, 3/6 n. 
Bax, E. Belfort. Essays in socialism. New and old. 1905, 
Richards, 5s. n. 

Blatchford, R. Britain for the British. 1902, Clarion^ 2/6 n. 
and 3d. 

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their speeches, writings and programmes. 1904, Harper, 

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HoBSON, J. A. The social problem. 1904, Nisbet, 2/6 n. 
jAURfts, Jean. Studies m socialism (tr. by M. Minturn). 

(Socialist library, No. 3.) 1906, 1. L. P., is. and 1/6 n. 
Kelley, Florence. Some ethical gains through legislation. 

1906, Macmillan, ss. n. 
MacDonald, J. Ramsay. Socialism and society. (The socialist 

library, No. 2.) 1905, 1. L. P., 1/6 n. 
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principles [American]. 1906, Macmillan, ss. n. 

Socialism as Stated by Non-Socialists. 

Crinnell, W. M. Social theories and social facts. 1906, Put- 
nam, 4s. n. 

Ingram, J. K. The final transition. A sociological study. 1905, 
Black, 2/6 n. 

Loch, C. S. (ed.) ; various authors. Methods of social advance. 

Short studies in social practices. 1904, Macmillan, 3/6 n. 
Saleeby, C. W. Individualism and collectivism. Four lectures. 

1906, Williams and Norgate, 2s. n. 

Socialism by Critics and Anti-Socialists. 

Millar, F. (ed.). Socialism, its fallacies and dangers. (Liberty 
and property defence league.) 1906, Watts, 6d. 

Penty, A. J. The restoration of the gild system. 1906, Son- 
nenschein, 3/6 n. 

Socialism, Christian. 

Haw, Geo. (ed.). Christianity and the working classes. 1906, 

Macmillan, 3/6 n. 
WooDwoRTH, Arthur V. Christian socialism in England. 

1903, Sonnenschein, 2/6. 

Socialist Criticism on Current Questions. 

Bland, Hubert. With the eyes of a man. 1905, Werner 
Laurie, 3/6. 

Dicklnson, G. Lowes. A modern symposium. 1906, Johnson, 
26 n. 

Tolstoi, Leo. Bethink yourselves ! 1904, Laurie, is. n. 

Statistics, General. 

Bowley, a. L. Statistical studies : relating to national progress 
in wealth and trade since 1882. 1904, P. S. King, 2s. n. 

Gent, W. J. Mass and class [American]. 1904, Macmillan, 
5s. n. 

Money, L. G. Chiozza. Riches and poverty. 1905, Methuen, 
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Strikes and Lock-outs. 

Trade Unions. 

Drage, Geoffrey. Trade unions. 1905, Methuen, 2/6 n. 
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Howell, George. Labor legislation, labor movements, and 

labor leaders. 1902, Unwin, 10/6. 
Pratt, Edwin A. (with introduction by). Trade unionism and 

British industry. Reprint of the Times articles on the 

crises in British industry. 1904, Murray, 5s. n. 
Warne, F. J. The coal mine workers. A study in labor 

organization [American]. 1906, Longmans, 3/6. 



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Trusts and Combinations. 

Hirst, F. W. Monopolies, trusts and kartells. 1905, Methuen, 
2/6 n. 

Kirkbridge, F. B., and J. E. Sterrett. The modern trust 
company : its functions and organization. 1906, Macmillan 
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Passos. J. R. Commercial trusts. The growths and rights of 

aggregated capital. 1906, Putnam, 5s. n. 
Ripley, W. Z. Trusts, pools and corporations. 1905, Ginn, 

8/6 n. 

Tarbell, Ida M. History of the Standard Oil Company. 2 vol. 
1905, Heinemann, 24s. n. 

Unemployed. 

Alden, Percy. The unemployed : a national question. 1903, 
King, IS. n. 

Carlile, Wilson and V. W. Continental outcast : land colonies 

and poor relief. 1906, Unwin, is. n. 
HiGGS, Mary. How to deal with the unemployed. 1904, 

S. C. Brown, 2s. 
Hunter, R. Poverty [in America]. 1905, Macmillan, 6/6 n. 
Reason, Will. Our industrial outcasts. By members of the 

Christian Social Brotherhood. 1905, Melrose, 2s. 
SuTHERS, R. B. My right to work. 1906, Clarion^ 6d. 



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London unemployed fund. Preliminary statement by the cen- 
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London unemployed fund, 1904-5. Report of central executive 
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IS. 

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Utopias. 

Russell, T. Baron. A hundred years hence. The expectations 

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Tarde, Gabriel. Underground man. 1905, Duckworth, 3/6 n. 
Wells, H. G. A modern Utopia. 1905, Chapman, 7/6. 
Anticipations of the reaction of mechanical and 

scientific progress upon human life and thought. 1902, 

Chapman, 3 6. 

Mankind in the making. 1904, Chapman and Hall, 

3/6. 

In the days of the comet. 1906, Macmillan, bs. 

Women's Questions. 

BI.ACKBURN, Helkx. Women's suffrage. A record of the 
women's suffrage movement in the British Isles. 1902, 
Williams and Norgate, 6s. 

Cadbury, E., M. C. Matheson, and G. Shann. Women's work 
and wages [in Birmingham]. 1906, Unwin, 6s. 

Collet, Clara E. Educated working women. p]ssays on the 
economic position of women workers in the middle classes. 
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Harrison, A. Women's industries in Liverpool. 1904, Liver- 
pool University Press, 3s. 

MacDonald, J. Ra.msay. Women in the printing trades. A 
sociological study. 1904, P. S. King, 10 6 n. 

Smith, W. Sidney. Outlines of the women's franchise move- 
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South WARK, The Bishop of. Women as barmaids. Published 
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