By John Stuart Mill
This quantity unites, for the 1st time, Books IV and V of Mill's nice treatise on political economic system along with his fragmentary Chapters on Socialism. It indicates him employing his classical monetary conception to coverage questions of lasting situation: the desirability of sustained progress of nationwide wealth and inhabitants, the benefits of capitalism as opposed to socialism, and the right scope of presidency intervention within the aggressive marketplace financial system. His solutions to these questions have profound relevance at the present time, they usually serve to demonstrate the iconic energy and mind's eye of his unique liberal utilitarian philosophy. The lucid creation and explanatory notes make clear Mill's philosophy with regards to his fiscal concept, and make complete use of the latest scholarship.
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