By G. D. H. Cole
G.D.H.Cole (1889-1959) was once an excellent political historian and theorist in the course of the interwar and instant postwar sessions. He was once a exertions celebration highbrow who helped to form the party's pondering, energetic within the peace circulation throughout the First global conflict and within the Fabian Society in its early days. This seven-volume assortment is his complete account of the improvement of socialist pondering from the early 'social' thinkers who favorite cooperative motion, during the improvement of rules of social democracy and of attaining social justice via social and political revolution.
Introduction to the gathering; A.Gamble
The Forerunners, 1789-1850
Marxism and Anarchism, 1850-1890
The moment overseas 1889-1914, half I
The moment foreign 1889-1914, half II
Communism and Social Democracy 1914-1931, half I
Communism and Social Democracy 1914-1931, half II
Socialism and Fascism 1931-1939
G.D.H.COLE (1889-1959) used to be a number one British political theorist and economist and prime recommend of social financial making plans through the Nineteen Thirties. He held educational posts in philosophy and economics and from 1944 was once Chichele Professor of Social and Political conception at Oxford.
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But these young men were all orators rather than original thinkers-— whatever they might have become under more fortunate condi tions. In Great Britain, under the repression which set in after 1792 under the double influence of war abroad and fear of revolution at home, the Radical movement was snuffed out, until by the end of the 1790s there was practically nothing left of it. There had been no great home event to shake the very foundations of society as these had been shaken in France by the Revolution ; nor had the Industrial Revolution yet ad vanced far enough to generate new conceptions of classstructure and economic organisation.
This, however, was ■() more than a distant ideal : in the meantime Paine had a lfofound faith in the virtues of representative government, jlacd on the fullest democratic equality, as a means of solving tli. basic problems of social relations. At the same time, he lllie v c d coercive government to be a necessary evil needing ■ I lie kept within narrow limits, wherever there was danger I f ll interfering with the exercise of men’s natural rights. As (lie Iitie of his most famous book proclaims, he was a firm ■glievcr in the ‘ rights of man’ , and regarded their claims as prim to all legal enactments.
Hall’s book is in many ways remarkable for its date. His Itnndpoint is that of the eighteenth-century opponent of luxury and upholder of the virtues of simple living. He detests liie development of the manufacturing system, which he sees feg withdrawing needed labour from the cultivation of the land, ■ u sin g food to become scarce and dear, and creating a mass i>l impoverished workers who are compelled to labour for the bfoiit of the rich. By ‘ civilisation’ he means a system under which this happens, so that the interests of the rich and the poor lim e to be more and more sharply opposed.
A History of Socialist Thought, Volume 1: The Forerunners, 1789-1850 by G. D. H. Cole