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THE ENGLISH REPUBLIC

BY

W. J. LINTON.

EDITED WITH INTRODUCTION AND NOTES

BY

KINETON PARKES
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CONTENTS.

Chap.

 

Page.

  INTRODUCTION

v.

I.

Republican Principles—Equality, Liberty, Fraternity—
Rule of the Majority—Sacredness of the Individual and
Society

1.

II.

Republican Measures—Reform—Organisation of Labour
through Credit; on the Land; and of Justice

39.

III.

The Suffrage—The Sovereignty of the People—Universal
Suffrage—The Foundation of the Republic; its Purpose

68.

IV.

Methods of Government—Local Government—Constitutional
Government—Fitness for the Franchise—Combination and
Strikes

104.

V.

The Republic and Democracy—Democracy and the Republic
—Socialism and Communism—Are Socialists Republicans?

124.

VI.

Slavery and Freedom—Voluntary Slavery—
Non-Intervention and Fair Play

146.

VII.

Religion, Genius and Republicanism—A Church and a
Republic—Religious Worship

176.

VIII.

Liberty and Equality—Nationality

190.

 

Notes

214.

 



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