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Index

Marat, Jean Paul, quoted, 15.
Marx, Karl, quoted, xxiv, 44; 133, 136; quoted, 138, 139, 143-145, 146, 153-154, 156-157, 159-160, 162, note.
Maury, Abbé, 98.
Menger, Prof., quoted, xxii, xxiii; his L'État Socialiste, xxxi.
Middle class, economic growth of, 56-58.
Miguel, Maria Evaristo, quoted, 141.
Mill, M., 173.
Millerand, 66, note.
Millerand, Affaire, xxxviii-xl.
Mirabeau, Honoré Gabriel Riquetti, Comte de, 56.
Modern Socialism, 162-163, note.
Motive to work under Socialist régime, xxv-xxx.

Oersted, Hans Christian, 182.
"Opportunism," Socialist, 70, 79-86.
Owners of property, despotic position of, xvi.

Paine, Thomas, 173.
Parliament, the Frankfort, 49.
Parties, political, from Socialist standpoint, xxxvii.
Pauperisation of the proletariat, theory of, 167.
Pelletan, M. Camille, 23.
Petite République, La, xliii.
Pitt, William, 171.
Presuppositions of Socialism, 162, note.
Privileged classes and Socialism, 88-93.
Production, monopoly of the means of, 8-9.
Propaganda, Socialist, 86.
Property, private, 23-33.
Proudhon, Pierre Joseph, 17, 18, 19.

Quasi-Collectivism, xxi, note.

Radical party and French Socialism, 22.
Red Terror, the, 95.
Reformism, 181.
Reforms demanded by Socialism, xxiv-xxv.