This book, originally published in 1949 (but here re-issuing the second edition of 1966) presents a history of international socialism, not just from the political but also the economic standpoint.
Table of Contents
1. A New View of Society 2. The Birth of an Idea 3. Owen and the Chartists 4. France and Germany 5. Marxist Philosophy 6. The Years of Frustration 7. The First International 8. The Revival in Britain 9. The Fabians and the Labour Party 10. German Social Democracy 11. The French Labour Movement 12. Lenin and the Bolsheviks 13. The Second International and the War 14. The Years of Crisis 15. The Totalitarian Thirties 16. The Socialist Paradox
‘There seems to be no comparable work readily available for students. It runs through the international history of Socialism, in its political as well as its economic and intellectual dimensions.’ - British Book News
‘It is surprising down how many vistas he has looked in so short a compass.’ - New Statesman