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Chartier, Gary

Social Class and State Power

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Table of contents

Part I. Classic Works of Classical Liberal Class Analysis

1. Richard Overton, “Monopolists as Frogs and Vermin” (1641)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

2. Adam Smith, “On Conspiracies, Monopolies, and Unproductive Labour” (1776)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

3. Thomas Paine, The Rights of Man (1792)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

4. Thomas Paine, Letter Addressed to the Addressers on the Late Proclamation (June 1792)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

5. William Godwin, “Of Courts, Subjects, and Pensions” (1793)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

6. Vicesimus Knox, The Spirit of Despotism (1795)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

7. Jeremy Bentham, “Causes of All Mischiefs,” Plan of Parliamentary Reform (1817)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

8. Jeremy Bentham, “How the Demand for Political Fallacies Is Created by the State of Interests,” The Book of Fallacies (1824)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

9. Thomas Hodgskin, “On Obedience as the Object of Legislation” (1832)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

10. William Leggett, “The Lordlings of the Paper Dynasty” (1834)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

11. James Mill, “On Those Who Pillage and Those Who Are Pillaged” (1835)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

12. John Wade, “The Aristocracy and the Oligarchy” (1835)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

13. Adolphe Blanqui, “The Class Which Does Not Kill or Pillage” (1837)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

14. Richard Cobden, “England Is a Perfect Paradise for the Aristocracy” (1845–49)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

15. Frédéric Bastiat, “The English Oligarchy” (1845)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

16. Frédéric Bastiat, “The Physiology of Plunder” (1847)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

17. John C. Calhoun, “Tax Payers versus Tax Receivers” (1849)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

18. Charles Renouard, “Robbers as Parasites” (1852)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

19. Gustave de Molinari, “The Nobility as Conquering Plunderers” (1852)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

20. Augustin Thierry, “The Emancipation of the Bourgeoisie” (1853)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

21. Herbert Spencer, “The Class-Bias” (1873)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

22. Herbert Spencer, “The Militant Type of Society” (1882)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

23. Lysander Spooner, No Treason. No. VI. The Constitution of No Authority (1870)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

24. Lysander Spooner, Natural Law Contrasted with Legislation (1882)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

25. William Graham Sumner, “The Forgotten Man” (1883)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

26. William Graham Sumner, “Democracy and Plutocracy” (Undated)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

27. Benjamin R. Tucker, “The Four Monopolies: Money, Land, Tariffs, and Patents” (1888)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

28. Franz Oppenheimer, “The Economic Versus the Political Means of Acquiring Wealth” (1908)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

29. Albert J. Nock, Our Enemy, the State (1935)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

30. Ludwig von Mises, “On Castes, Classes, and Group Interests” (1945)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

Part II. Contemporary Interpretations of Classical Liberal Class Analysis

31. Murray N. Rothbard, “The Anatomy of the State” (1965)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

32. Roy A. Childs, “Big Business and the Rise of American Statism” (1969, 1971)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

33. Walter E. Grinder and John Hagel, “Toward a Theory of State Capitalism: Ultimate Decision-Making and Class Structure” (1974)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

34.
Hans-Hermann Hoppe, “Marxist and Austrian Class Analysis” (1990)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

35. Roderick T. Long, “Toward a Libertarian Theory of Class” (1998)
David M. Hart, Gary Chartier, Ross Miller Kenyon, Roderick T. Long

Keywords: Social Sciences, Political Sociology, Sociological Theory, Social Theory

Editor
 
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
26 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319648941
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-64893-4

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