[Other Works in the Series]
THE EVOLUTION OF CAPITALISM
Allen, Zachariah. The Practical Tourist, Or Sketches of the State of the Useful Arts, and of Society, Scenery, &c. &c. in Great-Britain, France and Holland. Providence, R.I., 1882. Two volumes in one.
Bridge, James Howard. The Inside History of the Carnegie Steel Company: A Romance of Millions. New York, 1903.
Brodrick, J[ames]. The Economic Morals of the Jesuits:
An Answer to Dr. H. M. Robertson. London, 1934.
Burlamaqui, J[ean-] J[acques]. The Principles of Natural and Politic Law. Cambridge, Mass., 1807. Two volumes in one.
Capitalism and Fascism: Three Right-Wing Tracts, 1937-1941. New York, 1972.
Corey, Lewis. The Decline of American Capitalism. New York, 1934.
[Court, Pieter de la]. The True Interest and Political Maxims, of the Republic of Holland. Written by that Great Statesman and Patriot, John de Witt. To which is prefixed, (never before printed) Historical Memoirs of the Illustrious Brothers Cornelius and John de Witt, by John Campbell. London, 1746.
Dos Passos, John R. Commercial Trusts: The Growth and Rights of Aggregated Capital. An Argument Delivered Before the Industrial Commission at Washington, D.C., December 12,1899. New York, 1901.
Fanfani, Amintore. Catholicism, Protestantism and Capitalism. London, 1935.
Gaskell, P[eter]. The Manufacturing Population of England:
Its Moral, Social, and Physical Conditions, and the Changes Which Have Arisen From the Use of Steam Machinery; With an Examination of Infant Labour. London, 1833.
Göhre, Paul. Three Months in a Workshop: A Practical Study. London, 1895.
Greeley, Horace. Essays Designed to Elucidate the Science of Political Economy, While Serving to Explain and Defend the Policy of Protection to Home Industry, As a System of National Cooperation for the Elevation of Labor. Boston, 1870.
Grotius, Hugo. The Freedom of the Seas, Or, The Right Which Belongs to the Dutch to Take Part in the East Indian Trade. Translated with Revision of the Latin Text of 1633 by Ralph Van Deman Magoffin. New York, 1916.
Hadley, Arthur Twining. Economics: An Account of the Relations Between Private Property and Public Welfare. New York, 1896.
Knight, Charles. Capital and Labour; Including The Results of Machinery. London, 1845.
de Malynes, Gerrard. Englands View, in the Unmasking of Two Paradoxes: With a Replication unto the Answer of Maister John Bodine. London, 1603. New Introduction by Mark Silk.
Marquand, H. A. The Dynamics of Industrial Combination. London, 1931.
Mercantilist Views of Trade and Monopoly: Four Essays, 1645-1720. New York, 1972.
Morrison, C[haries]. An Essay on the Relations Between Labour and Capital. London, 1854.
Nicholson, J. Shield. The Effects of Machinery on Wages.
One Hundred Years' Progress of the United States: With an Appendix Entitled Marvels That Our Grandchildren Will See; or, One Hundred Years' Progress in the Future. By Eminent Literary Men, Who Have Made the Subjects on Which They Have Written Their Special Study. Hartford, Conn., 1870.
The Poetry of Industry: Two Literary Reactions to the Industrial Revolution, 1755/1757. New York, 1972.
Pre-Capitalist Economic Thought: Three Modern Interpretations. New York, 1972.
Promoting Prosperity: Two Eighteenth Century Tracts. New York, 1972.
Proudhon, P[ierre-] J[oseph]. System of Economical Contradictions: Or, The Philosophy of Misery. (Reprinted from The Works of P. J. Proudhon, Vol. IV, Part I.) Translated by Benj. R. Tucker. Boston, 1888.
Religious Attitudes Toward Usury: Two Early Polemics. New York, 1972.
Roscher, William. Principles of Political Economy. New York, 1878. Two volumes in one.
Scoville, Warren C. Revolution in Glassmaking:
Entrepreneurship and Technological Change in the American Industry, 1880-1920. Cambridge, Mass., 1948.
Selden, John. Of the Dominion, Or, Ownership of the Sea.
Written at First in Latin, and Entituled Mare Clausum. Translated by Marchamont Nedham. London, 1652.
Senior, Nassau W. Industrial Efficiency and Social Economy. Original Manuscript Arranged and Edited by S. Leon Levy. New York, 1928. Revised Preface by S. Leon Levy. Two volumes in one.
Spann, Othmar. The History of Economics. Translated from the 19th German Edition by Eden and Cedar Paul. New York, 1930.
The Usury Debate After Adam Smith: Two Nineteenth Century Essays. New York, 1972. New Introduction by Mark Silk.
The Usury Debate in the Seventeenth Century: Three Arguments. New York, 1972.
Varga, E[ugen]. Twentieth Century Capitalism. Translated from the Russian by George H. Hanna. Moscow, .
Young, Arthur. Arthur Young on Industry and Economics:
Being Excerpts from Arthur Young's Observations on the State of Manufactures and His Economic Opinions on Problems Related to Contemporary Industry in England. Arranged by Elizabeth Pinney Hunt. Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1926.