Democracy versus Socialism

Democracy versus Socialism
by Max Hirsch (1911)



Part 1 – An Analysis of Socialism
1: The Economic Conception
2: The Industrial Proposal
3: Do
4: The Ethical Conception
5: The Distributive Proposal
6: Modification of family relations
7: The Political Conception
8: Is Socialism Scientific?
9: The Definition of Socialism

Part II – Economics
1. Marx’s Theory of Value
2. The Quantitative Theory of Value
3. Origin and Nature of Capital
4: The Origin and Nature of Capital…
5. and Spurious Interest
6. A compariosnof Real with Spurious Capital
7. Surplus Value
8. Land and Rent
9. The Theory of Interest
10 The Wages of Labour
11. The Component of Surplus Value
12. Competition

Part III – Ethics
1. The Denial of Natural Rights
2. Happiness or Justice
3. The origin and Growth of Law
4. Natural Rights
5. The Ethics of Distribution
6. The Right to the use of the Earth
7. Ethics of Property
8. The Right of Free Industry
9. Individualism

Part IV – The Outcome of Socialism
1. The unconscious Growth of Social Securities
2. The unconscious Discharge of Social Functions
3. The Industrial Organisation of the Socialist State
4. The Political Outcome of Socialism
5. The Industrial Outcome of Socialism
6. The Family under Socialism
7. The Ethical Outcome of Socialism

Part V – The Single Tax
1. Introduction
2. Objections to Principles
3. The Method of Reform
4. The Ethics of Compensation
5. The Suffiency of the Reform
6. Mr. Edward Atkonsons Objections
7. Prof. Francis A. Wlker’s Objections and Admissions
8. Confirmation of Socialists