Individualism: A System of Politics
Donisthorpe provides a theory of politics from the individualist standpoint in the tradition of Herbert Spencer and Auberon Herbert. He also attacks the rise of socialism which he regards as the greatest threat to social progress.
Individualism: A System of Politics (London: Macmillan and Co., 1889).
The text is in the public domain.
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Table of Contents
- CHAPTER I: the state: its growth and evolution
- CHAPTER II: the structuee of the state
- CHAPTER III: the functions of the state
- CHAPTER IV: what is property?
- CHAPTER V: what is capital?
- CHAPTER VI: the labour question
- CHAPTER VII: labour capitalisation
- CHAPTER VIII: a word for anarchy1
- CHAPTER IX: the basis of individualism
- CHAPTER X: land-law reformers
- CHAPTER XI: an analysis of socialism
- CHAPTER XII: absolutism in politics