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May 16, 2021

Posts tagged "The Economics of Socialism"

The Development and History of European Unification

The notion of a unified Europe extends at least as far back as the mid- 20th century, when in 1943 British prime minister Winston Churchill announced his vision of forming a unified political, economic, and social bloc, a strategic arrangement that  →

The Impacts of the Industrial Revolution on Families in New England & America

There is no doubt that the coming of industrialization in New England dramatically altered the ways families of the time were connected, communicated, and supported one another. With the rapid shift away from more localized family-based agrarian or small business  →

An Analysis of Select Ideas from Hume’s Essays: Moral, Political, and Literary

David Hume contributed significantly to political and economic thought through his vast collection of writings, including. “Essays: Moral, Political, and Literary” and was one of the leading figures in the emerging Scottish version of the same period of Enlightenment that was sweeping  →

Summary and Analysis of Das Kapital by Karl Marx

Das Kapital by Karl Marx was the result of nearly thirty years of work on the part of Karl Marx and his influences and protracted study of the nature of not only the capitalist economy, but also the social and historical  →

Analysis of the Social Context of Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw

Other essays and articles in the Literature Archives related to this topic include : Class and Social Critique in “Arms and the Man” by George Bernard Shaw •  The Economics of Socialism George Bernard Shaw wrote Arms and the Man in 1893 during the Victorian era when  →