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A series of volumes upon those topics of social, economic and industrial interest that are at the present moment foremost in the public mind. Each volume is written by an author who is an acknowledged authority upon the subject with which he deals, and who treats his question in a thoroughly sympathetic but impartial manner, with special reference to the historic aspect of the subject.
The following Volumes are now ready. 1. TRADE UNIONISM-NEW AND OLD. G. Howell, M.P.,
Author of The Conflicts of Capital and Labour. Second Edition. 2. PROBLEMS OF POVERTY: An Inquiry into the Industrial Condition
of the Poor. By J. A. Hobson, M.A. 3. THE CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT TO-DAY G. J. HOLYOAKE,
Author of The History of Co-operation. 4. MUTUAL THRIFT. Rev. J. FROME WILKINSON, M.A., Author of
The Friendly Society Movement. 5. THE COMMERCE OF NATIONS. C. E. BASTABLE, LL.D., Pro
fessor of Political Economy in the University of Dublin. 6. THE ALIEN INVASION. W. H. Wilkins, B.A., Secretary to the
Association for Preventing the Immigration of Destitute Aliens. (With an Introductory Note by the Right Reverend the Bishop of Bedford.) 7. THE RURAL EXODUS: Problems of Village Life. P. ANDERSON
GRAHAM. 8. LAND NATIONALIZATION. HAROLD Cox, B.A. 9. A SHORTER WORKING-DAY. R. A. HADFIELD, and H. DE B.
Gibbins, M.A. 10. BACK TO THE LAND. Harold E. Moore, F.S.I. 11. TRUSTS, POOLS, AND CORNERS. By J. STEPHEN JEANS. 12. THE FACTORY SYSTEM. By R. W. CookE-TAYLOR, Author of
The Modern Factory System, etc. 13. THE STATE AND ITS CHILDREN. By GERTRUDE TUCKWELL.
The following are in preparation :14. WOMEN'S WORK. LADY Dilke and others. 15. SOCIALISM. Rev. M. KAUFMANN.
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