A Policy of Free Exchange
The companion volume to A Plea for Liberty which continued the argument against the Fabian Socialists and for a policy of strict non-intervention in the economy by the government.
A Policy of Free Exchange. Essays by Various Writers on the Economical and Social Aspects of Free Exchange and Kindred Subjects, edited by Thomas Mackay (New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1894).
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Table of Contents
- I. On the Science of Economics and its Relation to Free Exchange and Socialism by Henry Dunning Mac Leod
- II. The Coming Industrial Struggle by William Maitland
- PRESIDENT CLEVELAND.
- SIR WILLIAM HARCOURT.
- MR. ARNOLD MORLEY.
- SIR JOHN GORST.
- MR. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN.
- MR. JOHN BURNS.
- III. National Workshops by St. Loe Strachey
- IV. State Socialism and the Collapse in Australia by the Hon. J. W. Fortescue
- V. The Influence of State Borrowing on Commercial Crises by Wynnard Hooper
- VI. The State in Relation to Railways by W. M. Acworth
- VII. The Interest of the Working Class in Free Exchange by T. Mackay
- VIII. The Principle of Progression in Taxation by Bernard Mallet
- IX. The Law of Trade Combinations by the Hon. Alfred Lyttelton
- GIBSON v. LAWSON.
- CURRAN v. TRELEAVEN.