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TitleThe two narratives of political economy
Author original material selected and edited by Nicholas Capaldi and Gordon Lloyd
Imprint Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2011
Descript xxxiii, 473 p. ; 25 cm


I. The emergence of political economy: economic activity leaves the household -- John Locke The second treatise. -- John Locke A letter concerning toleration. -- John Locke Some considerations of the lowering of interest and the raising the value of money. -- Jean-Jacques Rousseau The two discourses. -- Jean-Jacques Rousseau A discourse on political economy. -- Jean-Jacques Rousseau The social contract. -- II. The arrival of political economy: liberty, property, and equality. -- Adam Smith Wealth of nations. -- Adam Smith The theory of moral sentiments. -- The American founding. -- Alexis de Tocqueville Democracy in America. -- The French revolution. -- Robert Owen A new view of society. -- Comte de Saint-Simon Nouveau Christianisme. -- Friedrich List national system. -- P. J. Proudhon The philosophy of poverty. -- P. J. Proudhon What is property? -- III. The maturation of the two narratives: the challenge of social economy. -- John Stuart Mill The principles of political economy. -- John Stuart Mill on liberty. -- John Stuart Mill The subjection of women. -- Karl Marx and Fredrick Engels The communist manifesto. -- Karl Marx Das Kapital. -- Fredrick Engels socialism: Utopian and scientific

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