The Socialist Tradition: Moses to Lenin – Alexander Gray

R250.00

An excellent and witty survey of the development of social thought from its beginnings down to 1945. Gray is critical of socialism and includes his critiques of various writers at every stage of the work, although he also does a good job of first presenting the arguments of the various schools and writers included in his book and not infrequently allows them to speak for themselves. Recommended for anyone curious about the roots of many of the ideas and concepts that dominate political discussions down to the present day.

Price: R250.00

Edition: First edition

Published: 1946

Publishers: Longmans, Green and Company

Condition: Hardcover in good condition, with minor shelf ware around the edges of the cover, and top and bottom of the spine. Small Ex Libris stamp on the inside of the cover, otherwise internally in very good condition, clean and tightly bound.

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An excellent and witty survey of the development of social thought from its beginnings down to 1945. Gray is critical of socialism and includes his critiques of various writers at every stage of the work, although he also does a good job of first presenting the arguments of the various schools and writers included in his book and not infrequently allows them to speak for themselves. Recommended for anyone curious about the roots of many of the ideas and concepts that dominate political discussions down to the present day.

Price: R250.00

Edition: First edition

Published: 1946

Publishers: Longmans, Green and Company

Condition: Hardcover in good condition, with minor shelf ware around the edges of the cover, and top and bottom of the spine. Small Ex Libris stamp on the inside of the cover, otherwise internally in very good condition, clean and tightly bound.

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Weight 650 g