By H. G. Wells
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New Worlds for previous, which seemed in a few later variants with the subtitle "A undeniable Account of contemporary Socialism," was once among the books and pamphlets that H.G. Wells wrote in regards to the socialist destiny within the interval 1901-1908, whereas he used to be engaged so as to reform the Fabian Society.
Table of contents:
Chapter I. the great Will in Man
Chapter II. the basic suggestion of Socialism
Chapter III. the 1st major Generalization of Socialism
Chapter IV. the second one major Generalization of Socialism
Chapter V. The Spirit of achieve and the Spirit of Service
Chapter VI. may Socialism ruin the Home?
Chapter VII. could smooth Socialism Abolish All Property?
Chapter VIII. The Middle-Class guy, the company guy, and Socialism
Chapter IX. a few universal Objections to Socialism
Chapter X. Socialism a constructing Doctrine
Chapter XI. progressive Socialism
Chapter XII. Administrative Socialism
Chapter XIII. optimistic Socialism
Chapter XIV. a few Arguments advert Hominem
Chapter XV. The development of Socialism
Herbert George "H. G." Wells (1866 – 1946) was once an English author, now most sensible identified for his paintings within the technology fiction style. He used to be additionally a prolific author in lots of different genres, together with modern novels, heritage, politics and social statement, even writing textbooks and principles for struggle video games. Wells used to be now thought of to be one of many world's most vital political thinkers and through the Nineteen Twenties and 30s he was once in nice call for as a contributor to newspapers and journals.
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