This book represents an important stage in the development of an indigenous theory. The argument is presented with the special qualities of cogency and perception which have given the author a lasting influence within the labour movement.
1. The Control of Industry During and After the War 2. The Restoration of Trade Union Conditions 3. The Nature of the State 4. The Case for National Guilds 5. The Re-organisation of Trade Unionism 6. The Abolition of the Wage System 7. State Ownership and Control 8. Freedom in the Guild 9. National Guilds and the Consumer Appendix A: The Genesis of Syndicalism in France Appendix B: Labour Policy After the War.
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