Lecture notes, [1891-1906?].

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Magee, James Dysart, 1881-. Lecture notes, [1891-1906?].

Lecture notes, [1891-1906?].

Notes taken by Magee in Thorstein Veblen's class in socialism at the University of Chicago. Notes comprise Veblen's ideas on the history of socialism in Germany, England, Switzerland, France, and the United States. Notes include Veblen's ideas on the work of Karl Marx, Freidrich Engels, Ferdinand Lassalle, Proudhon, Ludwig Gall, George Buchner, Wilhelm Weitling, Saint-Simon, Charles Fourier, Louis Blanc, Robert Owen, Bazard, and Enfantin.

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