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from strikes and lockouts, 318; Social Democratic Workingmen's

spread of, 320; principles of,
ibid.; not atheistic, ibid.; not
anarchistic, 325; as to equality,
328; as to capital, 332; as to
confiscation, 334; as to marriage
and the home, 339; as to equal
value of labor, 355; as to motives
to exertion, 365; as to liberty,
375; as to class rule by laborers,
382-384; as to corruption of
politics, 384; as to practicabil-
ity, 388; distinguished from
anarchism, 326; favorable to
the family, 343; its care of the
helpless, ibid.; misrepresented,
362; relation of, to the gospel,
363; stimulates self-help, 372;
demands work of all, 384; not
impracticable, 388-402; peace-
ful, 391; gradual introduction
of, 454-456; private life under,
397; ideality of, 399; its realiza-
tion, 403; numerical strength
of, 404; in Germany, England,
40 in France, Russia, 407,
408, in the U.S., 410, 422;
political progress of, in Ger-
many, 412, in France, 415, 421,
in England, 415, 419; its reve-
lation and outlook, 403-452; a
trust, 426; its publications, 441-
443; 453; Christian, 473.
"Socialist," circulation of, 441.
Socialists, not bound to furnish
details, 165; of Germany, 154;
their relation to State owner-
ship, ibid.

Socialists of the Chair, 438.
Socialistic state, nature of, 165-
181; care of its citizens, 270;
110 historical precedent of,
392.

Social democrats, 336.

Social Democratic Federation, 336.
Socialistic Labor Party, 139, 411,
431.

Party, 265.

Societies, co-operative, 159.
Society, evolution of, 86; crime
of, 259; responsible for crime,
274; changed condition of, 446.
Sociology, 438.

Soden, Count, 438.
Solidarity, tendency toward, 392,
393; 446.

Solon, 448.

Sparta, 259, 373.
Spartans, 84.
Speculation, 240.
Speculators, 96.
Spencer, Herbert, on land monop-
oly, 79; 142; on individual
liberty, 172; 180; on the State
as an organism, 202; 273; 420.
Spice of life not dependent on
crime, 282.

Spindles, speed of, 215.
Spinning, 250.

Spoils system, 265, 386.
Sprague, Philo W., 449.
Springfield Daily Union, 240.
Springfield Republican, 227, 235.
Spring Valley Coal Company,

177.
Stahl, on Socialism and democ-
racy, 41.

Stamp Act, 220.

Standard of living, relation of, to

wages, 224, 225.

Standard Oil Trust, 242, 435.
State, right of, 88; should own
land and other capital, 139;
functions of, 140; industrially
organized, ibid. ; obligations of,
163; socialistic nature of, 165–
181; nature of, examined, 167-
181; defined, 167, 168; object
of, 169; socialistic, 249; author-
ity of, 251; able to support its
citizens, 271-327; 333; relation
of, to private property, 337; its

sovereignty, 338; as separate | Swift, Morrison J., 450.

from the people, 385; 432.
State help, under Socialism, 370,
371.

State, supervision of industry by,
418, 423, 424; gradual, 425; and
crime, 447; and Socialism; 455.
Statistics of wages, 123.
Stealing, 280.

Steam, effect on industry, 14, 446.
Stern, H. J., 450.
Stewart, Senator, 217.

Stewart, Charles, 273.
Stilpon, 465.

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Sykes, Colonel, on housing of
laborers, 102.

Sympathy with laborers, 437.

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Talents, parable of, 364.
Talleyrand, on classes, 141.
Taylor, Graham, 450.
Taylor, William M., 466.
Taxation, justice in, an advantage
of Socialism, 252-254; principle
of, 252; injustice of present sys-
tem, 253; of land, 338; extent
of, determined by the public
good, 338.
Telegraphs, 288, 455.
Tenement houses, 94.
Telephones 455.
Temperance, 230.
Temptation, 277.
Tenure in land, 84.
The co-operative Commonwealth,

348.

Theft, waste from, 299.
Theological seminaries and soci-
ology, 439, 450.

Thompson, Robert Ellis, 217.
Thrift of laborers, 230-235; will
not solve the labor problem, 231-
235; relation to inheritance, 344.
Tompkins, Floyd, 449.

Toynbee Hall Settlement, 440.
Trades Union Congress, 224.
Trusts, nature of, 242; 426; 427,

455.

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Under-consumption, 30.
United States, land monopoly in,
81, 87; employees of, 423; should
proceed slowly in the accumula-
tion of wealth, 463-466.

Unit of society, not the family,
but the individual, 352.
Unchastity, 340.
Usury, 252.

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Wages, 94; relatively decreased,
105, 106; less than cost of living,
107, 115; furnish a bare subsist-
ence, 119-138; natural rate of,
136; the iron law of, 120, 157;
wages fund theory, 136; 202, 203,
212; do not depend on standard
of living, 225; natural, 219, 220,
226; high, and discontent, 231;
the Christian law of, 363, 364.
Wages, system, 119, 132, 133, 137,

157.

Wagner, on State control of indus-

try, 425; 438.

Wakeman, Thaddeus W., 448.
Walker, Amos G., on co-operation
in the West, 191, 188,
Walker, Francis A., on the hard-
ships and sufferings of laborers,
99; on the evil tendency of eco-
nomic forces and the degrada-
tion of labor, 118; on insufficient
wages, 119; on competition, 129,
130, 394; on wages, 136; on co-
operation, 194; 213; on intelli-
gence and frugality of laborers,
230, 231; 270; on waste, 284; on

fashion, 302; on free labor, 312;
on strikes, 318, 393.
Walker, J. H., 459.
Wallingford community, 150.
Wants, danger of increasing, 224.
War of the Rebellion, 261.
Waste, prevention of, 284–319; re-
lation of, to competition, 284; de-
fined, 285; causes of, ibid.; from
needless railroads, 285; from
needless stores and manufacto-
ries, 286; from advertising, 289;
from drummers, 290, 291; from
enforced idleness, 291; from cri-
ses, 293; from adulterations, 295;
from litigation, 297; from police
and prisons, 298; from theft and
embezzlement, 299; from intem-
perance, 300; from fashions, 301;
from luxury, 303; from charities,
305; from inefficiency of labor,
from ignorance, 309, from in-
difference, ibid., from want of
adaptation, 311; from banking,
314; from insurance, 315; from
strikes and lockouts, 318.
Washington, George, 375.
Watch-making, 234, 235.
Water, impure, drank by laborers,
103; 210.

Wealth, relation of Socialism to,
7; concentration of, 91, 96; tyr-
anny of, 249; evils of, 456; and
commonwealth, ibid.; of the
United States, 463.

Webb, Sidney, on Socialism in
England, 416, 421, 427, 432, 434,
439; on socialistic publications
in England, 442; 452.
Webster, R. M., 449.
Weitling, on private property, 66;

154.
Wendte, 450.
Whitney, Eli, 389.
Wilberforce, Canon, on the apos-
tasy of the church, 47.
Williams, Leighton, 450.

William II., 412, 413.
Williams, Alexander S., 275.
Wilson, 169.

Women, employment of, 100, 101;
under Socialism, 349; number of
unmarried, 353.

Woollen mills, diminished number
of, 15.

and the family, 340; his argu-
ment examined, 341; on the abo-
lition of inheritance, 342; his
unwarrantable assumptions, 344,
355; his chapter on the theory
of Marx examined, 257-362; 366;
on the loss of liberty under So-
cialism, 375; on Socialism as a
Utopia, 390.

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Woolsey, Theodore D., on the
power of Socialism, 10; 86; 117;
on inequality between capitalists
and laborers, 144; on Socialism, Yale College, 324.
ibid., 281; 322, 323; on Socialism Yeams, James, 449.

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