A FALSE UTOPIA. Collectivism in Theory and Practice

By: Chamberlin, William Henry

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vi, + 264pp. Book square. Blue cloth spine bumped, foxed and faded (title clearly legible). Plain papered boards mildly soiled (one mark on rear blue quarter cloth), plus lower foredge tips worn. Text-block edges flecked, else leaves tanned. No dustjacket. An early believer in the Marxist communist ideology, William Henry Chamberlin, American-born (Brooklyn, 17 Feb., 1897; d. 12 Sep., 1969) historian/journalist was later to change his beliefs after observing the negative aspects of collectivism whilst working in the U.S.S.R. This book attempts to set forth a reasoned proposition that collectivism, both in its communist and fascist forms, is a false utopia . . . Contents include: Introduction, 8 chapters, Index. Book weight approx. 360g. *Postage charge will be reduced as this item will post under 500g. packed weight. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

Title: A FALSE UTOPIA. Collectivism in Theory and Practice

Author Name: Chamberlin, William Henry

Categories: Philosophy, Sociology, Vintage and Antiquarian Books,

Edition: First U.K..

Publisher: London, Duckworth (The Right Book Club): 1931

Binding: Hardcover [Quarter-Cloth]

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 012044

Keywords: SOCIOLOGY, LITERATURE, COLLECTIVISM, SOCIAL HISTORY, IDEOLOGY, CHAMBERLIN, WILLIAM HENRY, 1897-1969