Published in 1932: The author in his Britain's Trade and Agriculture, though almost ruthlessly exposes the fallacies that lie behind the modern accepted views on industry and agriculture, though he obviously writes without desire to attract attention, but simply to clarify facts and to suggest practical solutions.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Trade in Theory and Fact 1. Introductory 2. Overseas Trade 3. Home Trade 4. Some General Comments Part 2: Some Effects of the Trade War 1. Introductory 2. Rationalization and Over-Production 3. British Industry 4. British Agriculture 5. Insecurity of Life Part 3: Various Matters for Consideration 1. The problem of Prices 2. Unemployment and Population 3. The Puzzle of Finance 4. A Dilemma of Taxation 5. Reactions Against Competitive Trade 6. Of Stunts, Slogans and Illusions and of Democracy Part 4: Rebuilding Britain 1. Introductory 2. A Line of Policy Part 5: The Riddle of Civilisation 1. Some General Remarks 2. The Flowers of Narcissus 3. Conclusion