The Psychology of Marxian Socialism
Transaction Publishers - 509 pages
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EXPLOITATION OPPRESSION AND JOYLESS LABOUR
EQUALITY AND DEMOCRACY
SOLIDARITY ESCHATOLOGY RELIGIOUS SYMBOLISM
SOCIALIST CONCEPTION OF THE FUTURE SOCIETY
INTELLECTUALS AND THE STATE
SOCIALISM IN TIME FROM REVOLUTIONISM TO REFORMISM
SOCIALISM IN SPACE FROM INTERNATIONALISM TO SOCIALPATRIOTISM
MARXIST ECONOMIC HEDONISM
THE MARXISM OF THE ELECT AND THE MARXISM OF THE CROWD
THEORY AND PRACTICE
THE SOCIALISM OF INTELLECTUALS
PROLETARIAN CULTURE OR EMBOURGEOISEMENT?
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Page 32 - The picture of a splendid Working Man cheated out of his innate glorious possibilities, and presently to arise and dash this scoundrelly and scandalous system of private ownership to fragments, began to give place to a limitless spectacle of inefficiency, to a conception of millions of people not organised as they should be, not educated as they should be, not simply prevented from but incapable of nearly every sort of beauty, mostly kindly and well meaning, mostly incompetent, mostly obstinate,...
Page 40 - I wish to see the poor men of England what the poor men of England were when I was born ; and, from endeavouring to accomplish this wish, nothing but the want of the means shall make me desist.