Author: Thomas Nixon Carver
Title: Essays in social justice
Publisher: Cambridge : Harvard University Press
Subject (keywords, tags): Social problems; Sociology; Economics
What is justice?- The ultimate basis of social conflict.- The principle of self-centered appreciation commonly called self-interest.- The forms of human conflict.- Economic competition.- How ought wealth to be distributed?- How much is a man worth?- Interest.- Socialism and the present unrest.- Constructive democracy.- The single tax.- The question of inheritance.- The question of monopoly.- The cure for poverty.- The responsibility of the rich for the condition of the poor.- Social service.- How ought the burdens of taxation to be distributed?
Contributor: University of California Libraries
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