Socialism An Economic and Sociological Analysis by Ludwig von Mises [ePub Mobi]

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Written by Dr Ludwig von Mises in 1922, this edition is the original as published by Yale University, the edition that introduced to American audiences the first thorough and scientific demolition of what was and is one of the great delusions in the history of the world.

This masterwork is much more than a refutation of the economics of socialism (although on that front, nothing else compares). It is also a critique of the implicit religious doctrines behind Western socialist thinking, a cultural critique of socialist teaching on sex and marriage, an examination of the implications of radical human inequality, an attack on war, socialism, and refutation of collectivist methodology.

In short, Mises set out to refute socialism, and instead yanked out the collectivist mentality from its very roots. For that reason, Socialism led dozens of famous intellectuals, including a young F.A. Hayek, into a crisis of faith and a realist/libertarian political orientation. All the collectivist literature combined cannot equal the intellectual achievement of this one volume.

The contents of this volume include:

Foreword by F. A. Hayek

Part I. Liberalism and Socialism

1. Ownership
2. Socialism
3. The Social Order and the Political Constitution
4. The Social Order and the Family

Part II. The Economics of a Socialist Community

Section I. The Economics of an Isolated Socialist Community
5. The Nature of Economic Activity
6. The Organization of Production Under Socialism
7. The Distribution of Income
8. The Socialist Community Under Stationary Conditions
9. The Position of the Individual Under Socialism
10. Socialism Under Dynamic Conditions
11. The Impracticability of Socialism

Section II. The Foreign Relations of a Socialist Community
12. National Socialism and World Socialism
13. The Problem of Migration Under Socialism
14. Foreign Trade Under Socialism

Section III. Particular Forms of Socialism and Pseudo-Socialism
15. Particular Forms of Socialism
16. Pseudo-Socialist Systems

Part III. The Alleged Inevitability of Socialism

Section I. Social Evolution
17. Socialistic Chiliasm
18. Society
19. Conflict as a Factor in Social Evolution
20. The Clash of Class Interests and the Class War
21. The Materialist Conception of History

Section II. The Concentration of Capital and the Formation of Monopolies as Preliminary Steps to Socialism
22. The Problem
23. The Concentration of Establishments
24. The Concentration of Enterprises
25. The Concentration of Fortunes
26. Monopoly and Its Effects

Part IV. Socialism as a Moral Imperative

27. Socialism and Ethics
28. Socialism as an Emanation of Asceticism
29. Christianity and Socialism
30. Ethical Socialism, Especially That of the New Criticism
31. Economic Democracy
32. Capitalist Ethics

Part V. Destructionism
33. The Motive Powers of Destructionism
34. The Methods of Destructionism
35. Overcoming Destructionism

Conclusion: The Historical Significance of Modern Socialism

Publication Information
<span style="color:Brown">German original 1922</span>. English, 1951, Yale university Press. Indianapolis: LibertyPress/LibertyClassics, 1981. Full text from Yale University edition.
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