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Neelabh Mahavirprasad R. Morarka
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Descrizione libro Gyan Publishing House, 2013. Leather Bound. Condizione: New. Lang: -english , Pages 266 , Reprinted in (2013) with the help of original edition published long back (). This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour HARDCOVER {LEATHER BOUND EDITION WITH GOLDEN LEAF PRINTING ALSO AVAILABLE}, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases pages which are blur or missing or black spots. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume, if you wish to order a specific or all the volumes you may contact us. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Print on Demand.; Codice articolo 1111008613900

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Descrizione libro Gyan Books (P) Ltd., 2013. Hardcover. Condizione: New. Contents # Introduction: xx: This Book: xx: Foreword xx: 1. The Background of Socialism : 2. What is Socialism? : 3. Leisure and Labour : 4. The Individual and Society : 5. Currency: the Medium of Distribution : 6. Various Systems of Wealth Distribution : 7. Value According to Demand : 8. Why Should a Person not Get as : much as He Deserves? : 9. Might is Right : 10. Capitalism : 11. Class System : 12. Status Quoism : 13. Equal Distribution of Income: is Socialism : 14. Curse of Society Pastime : for the Rich : 15. Social Inequality: The Curse of: the Human Race : 16. The Legal Code : 17. Evaluation of Actions : 18. Faulty Education : 19. Propagating Policy : 20. The Intoxicant of Relief : 21. The Power of Money : 22. The Fear of Equal Distribution : of Income : 23. The Value of Each Job : 24. No Master : 25. The Unmanageable Population : 26. The World Terrified of the : Present Economy : 27. Practise What You Preach : 28. Individual and Private Property : 29. The Indirect Form of Increase: in Capital : 30. State Revenue Received from Taxes : 31. Taxes Levied by the Municipal: Corporation : 32. All the Land Belongs to the State : 33. The Magical Illusion of Extra Money : 34. Various Forms of Cost Capital : 35. The Nation and Capital : 36. The Sarvodaya Economy : 37. Foreign Capital : 38. The Problem of Unemployment : 39. Direct Taxes and the Taxpayer : 40. Corruption vs. Sadism : 41. The Fixed Limit of Capital : 42. The Cooperative Movement : 43. Mechanisation of Man : 44. Dependence: Servitude : 45. The Middle Class : 46. The Birth of Companies : 47. The Suffering Working Class : 48. Class Struggle : 49. The Factory Act : 50. Women Workers : 51. Labour Organisation : 52. Stop Work : 53. The Value of Money : 54. The Capital Market : 55. Speculation : 56. Banking : 57. Money : 58. Currency Control : 59. Compensation : 60. Against Nationalisation : 61. If Compensation is not Paid : 62. The Nationalisation of the : Management of Industry : 63. Uncertain Economic Policy : 64. The Present Form of Socialism : 65. The Special Opinion of a Specialist : 66. Both Sides : 67. Legal Loot : 68. The Dynamics of Progress : 69. Freedom within Limits : 70. Industrial Regulation and Political PowerAbout The Book:- When This Book Was Published For The First Time In 1962, Shri Jaiprakash Narayan Wrote In The Introduction That This Book, Written On Such An Important Subject As Socialism By A Business Tycoon, Should Be Welcomed. He Expressed Some Reservations About The Slightly Unorganised Structure And A Few Digressions In The Book. In Order To Remove These Shortcomings, The Manuscript Of The Book Was Given To Me By My Friend Kamal Morarka (The Son Of The Author) Before The Present Edition Was Printed. I Have Tried To Do This Job To The Best Of My Ability, Yet I Have Taken Care That The Basic Content Of The Book Does Not Suffer Even A Scratch. , While Editing The Book, I Felt How Nice It Would Be If This Book Was Prescribed In Schools And Colleges As A Textbook Of Economics. If Students Have To Take The Help Of A Foreign Language To Learn The Knowledge Of Trade And Commerce In Which Our Country And Our Languages Were Very Rich, Then It Would Be As Ridiculous As æCarrying Coals To NewcastleÆ. But, Unfortunately, This Is The Present Trend, Wherein The Efforts Should Be To Teach Not Only Economics, But All Disciplines Of Knowledge And The Sciences In Our Own Languages. By Doing This Not Only The Needless Waste Of The Time And Energy Of The Students Could Be Avoided, But At Least One-Third Of The Time Would Be Saved In The Curricula Related To Medicine And Engineering. But This Realisation Has Not Yet Dawned On The Intelligentsia And Educationists Of This Country. They Are All Caught Up In The Delusion Of The Knowledge Commission Of The Government Of India. Although We Are Unable To Contribute Any Original Thought, Our Educational Centres Have Become The Junkyards Of The World And The Scholars Coming Out Of These Institutions Are But Educated Indentur. Book. Codice articolo GB-9788121211840

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Descrizione libro Gyan Books (P) Ltd., 2013. Hardcover. Condizione: New. Contents # Introduction: xx: This Book: xx: Foreword xx: 1. The Background of Socialism : 2. What is Socialism? : 3. Leisure and Labour : 4. The Individual and Society : 5. Currency: the Medium of Distribution : 6. Various Systems of Wealth Distribution : 7. Value According to Demand : 8. Why Should a Person not Get as : much as He Deserves? : 9. Might is Right : 10. Capitalism : 11. Class System : 12. Status Quoism : 13. Equal Distribution of Income: is Socialism : 14. Curse of Society Pastime : for the Rich : 15. Social Inequality: The Curse of: the Human Race : 16. The Legal Code : 17. Evaluation of Actions : 18. Faulty Education : 19. Propagating Policy : 20. The Intoxicant of Relief : 21. The Power of Money : 22. The Fear of Equal Distribution : of Income : 23. The Value of Each Job : 24. No Master : 25. The Unmanageable Population : 26. The World Terrified of the : Present Economy : 27. Practise What You Preach : 28. Individual and Private Property : 29. The Indirect Form of Increase: in Capital : 30. State Revenue Received from Taxes : 31. Taxes Levied by the Municipal: Corporation : 32. All the Land Belongs to the State : 33. The Magical Illusion of Extra Money : 34. Various Forms of Cost Capital : 35. The Nation and Capital : 36. The Sarvodaya Economy : 37. Foreign Capital : 38. The Problem of Unemployment : 39. Direct Taxes and the Taxpayer : 40. Corruption vs. Sadism : 41. The Fixed Limit of Capital : 42. The Cooperative Movement : 43. Mechanisation of Man : 44. Dependence: Servitude : 45. The Middle Class : 46. The Birth of Companies : 47. The Suffering Working Class : 48. Class Struggle : 49. The Factory Act : 50. Women Workers : 51. Labour Organisation : 52. Stop Work : 53. The Value of Money : 54. The Capital Market : 55. Speculation : 56. Banking : 57. Money : 58. Currency Control : 59. Compensation : 60. Against Nationalisation : 61. If Compensation is not Paid : 62. The Nationalisation of the : Management of Industry : 63. Uncertain Economic Policy : 64. The Present Form of Socialism : 65. The Special Opinion of a Specialist : 66. Both Sides : 67. Legal Loot : 68. The Dynamics of Progress : 69. Freedom within Limits : 70. Industrial Regulation and Political PowerAbout The Book:- When This Book Was Published For The First Time In 1962, Shri Jaiprakash Narayan Wrote In The Introduction That This Book, Written On Such An Important Subject As Socialism By A Business Tycoon, Should Be Welcomed. He Expressed Some Reservations About The Slightly Unorganised Structure And A Few Digressions In The Book. In Order To Remove These Shortcomings, The Manuscript Of The Book Was Given To Me By My Friend Kamal Morarka (The Son Of The Author) Before The Present Edition Was Printed. I Have Tried To Do This Job To The Best Of My Ability, Yet I Have Taken Care That The Basic Content Of The Book Does Not Suffer Even A Scratch. , While Editing The Book, I Felt How Nice It Would Be If This Book Was Prescribed In Schools And Colleges As A Textbook Of Economics. If Students Have To Take The Help Of A Foreign Language To Learn The Knowledge Of Trade And Commerce In Which Our Country And Our Languages Were Very Rich, Then It Would Be As Ridiculous As ¾Carrying Coals To Newcastle®. But, Unfortunately, This Is The Present Trend, Wherein The Efforts Should Be To Teach Not Only Economics, But All Disciplines Of Knowledge And The Sciences In Our Own Languages. By Doing This Not Only The Needless Waste Of The Time And Energy Of The Students Could Be Avoided, But At Least One-Third Of The Time Would Be Saved In The Curricula Related To Medicine And Engineering. But This Realisation Has Not Yet Dawned On The Intelligentsia And Educationists Of This Country. They Are All Caught Up In The Delusion Of The Knowledge Commission Of The Government Of India. Although We Are Unable To Contribute Any Original Thought, Our Educational Centres Have Become The Junkyards Of The World And The Scholars Coming Out Of These Institutions Are But Educated Indentured Labourers For The Foreign Countries., At This Juncture When The Book Is Going To Press, This Feeling Has Become All The More Acute. The Reason For This Is That The Capitalist System Is In Such Crises That It Is Difficult For Us To Even Comprehend It. An Economic Depression Which Began In Some Large Financial Companies Of America Is Grabbing All The Economies Of The World In Its Clutches. This Epidemic Has Become For Us Like Some Unfathomable Celestial Calamity, And To Ward It Off We Have No Other Recourse Except To Resort To Spell-Like Conjurings. Our Government Or The Institution (Reserve Bank Of India) Which Regulates The Financial System Is Trying To Stem Off This Depression By Blindly Imitating The Central Banks Of America, England, France, Etc. We Can See Now That The Analysis Of Capitalism, Carried Out By Scholars Like Adam Smith, Marx, Keynes, Etc., Is Proving To Be Inadequate In Reference To The Present Crisis And The Essay ¾Economics After Marx® By The Eminent Socialist Thinker Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Has Become More Relevant., The Crisis Of Capitalism Can Be Resolved Only By Following The Path Of Socialism. This Is The Subject Of This Book, And It Is Interesting To Note That It Is An Advocacy Of Socialism By A Capitalist. Inspired By George Bernard Shaw®S Book The Intelligent Women®S Guide To Socialism, This Book Can Help Us To Understand The Present Economic Crisis Of The World. Some Chapters Of This Book Especially, ¾The Magical Illusion Of Extra Money®, ¾Various Forms Of Cost Capital®, ¾The Capital Market®, ¾Speculation®, ¾Banking®, ¾Money®, ¾Currency Control®, Etc., Are Very Relevant Right Now. In The Entire Book One Will Not Come Across The Second- Or Third-Hand Bookish Knowledge Which Is Often Found In The Works Of University Teachers; Rather, Lively And Energising Knowledge Infused With Insights From Direct Experience. In The Way Gulabdas Broker Had Enriched Gujarati Language With The Knowledge Of The Mysterious Vales And Meadows Of The Economic Wo. Codice articolo GB-9788121211840

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Descrizione libro Gyan Books (P) Ltd., 2013. Hardcover. Condizione: New. Contents # Introduction: xx: This Book: xx: Foreword xx: 1. The Background of Socialism : 2. What is Socialism? : 3. Leisure and Labour : 4. The Individual and Society : 5. Currency: the Medium of Distribution : 6. Various Systems of Wealth Distribution : 7. Value According to Demand : 8. Why Should a Person not Get as : much as He Deserves? : 9. Might is Right : 10. Capitalism : 11. Class System : 12. Status Quoism : 13. Equal Distribution of Income: is Socialism : 14. Curse of Society Pastime : for the Rich : 15. Social Inequality: The Curse of: the Human Race : 16. The Legal Code : 17. Evaluation of Actions : 18. Faulty Education : 19. Propagating Policy : 20. The Intoxicant of Relief : 21. The Power of Money : 22. The Fear of Equal Distribution : of Income : 23. The Value of Each Job : 24. No Master : 25. The Unmanageable Population : 26. The World Terrified of the : Present Economy : 27. Practise What You Preach : 28. Individual and Private Property : 29. The Indirect Form of Increase: in Capital : 30. State Revenue Received from Taxes : 31. Taxes Levied by the Municipal: Corporation : 32. All the Land Belongs to the State : 33. The Magical Illusion of Extra Money : 34. Various Forms of Cost Capital : 35. The Nation and Capital : 36. The Sarvodaya Economy : 37. Foreign Capital : 38. The Problem of Unemployment : 39. Direct Taxes and the Taxpayer : 40. Corruption vs. Sadism : 41. The Fixed Limit of Capital : 42. The Cooperative Movement : 43. Mechanisation of Man : 44. Dependence: Servitude : 45. The Middle Class : 46. The Birth of Companies : 47. The Suffering Working Class : 48. Class Struggle : 49. The Factory Act : 50. Women Workers : 51. Labour Organisation : 52. Stop Work : 53. The Value of Money : 54. The Capital Market : 55. Speculation : 56. Banking : 57. Money : 58. Currency Control : 59. Compensation : 60. Against Nationalisation : 61. If Compensation is not Paid : 62. The Nationalisation of the : Management of Industry : 63. Uncertain Economic Policy : 64. The Present Form of Socialism : 65. The Special Opinion of a Specialist : 66. Both Sides : 67. Legal Loot : 68. The Dynamics of Progress : 69. Freedom within Limits : 70. Industrial Regulation and Political PowerAbout The Book:- When This Book Was Published For The First Time In 1962, Shri Jaiprakash Narayan Wrote In The Introduction That This Book, Written On Such An Important Subject As Socialism By A Business Tycoon, Should Be Welcomed. He Expressed Some Reservations About The Slightly Unorganised Structure And A Few Digressions In The Book. In Order To Remove These Shortcomings, The Manuscript Of The Book Was Given To Me By My Friend Kamal Morarka (The Son Of The Author) Before The Present Edition Was Printed. I Have Tried To Do This Job To The Best Of My Ability, Yet I Have Taken Care That The Basic Content Of The Book Does Not Suffer Even A Scratch. , While Editing The Book, I Felt How Nice It Would Be If This Book Was Prescribed In Schools And Colleges As A Textbook Of Economics. If Students Have To Take The Help Of A Foreign Language To Learn The Knowledge Of Trade And Commerce In Which Our Country And Our Languages Were Very Rich, Then It Would Be As Ridiculous As ¾Carrying Coals To Newcastle®. But, Unfortunately, This Is The Present Trend, Wherein The Efforts Should Be To Teach Not Only Economics, But All Disciplines Of Knowledge And The Sciences In Our Own Languages. By Doing This Not Only The Needless Waste Of The Time And Energy Of The Students Could Be Avoided, But At Least One-Third Of The Time Would Be Saved In The Curricula Related To Medicine And Engineering. But This Realisation Has Not Yet Dawned On The Intelligentsia And Educationists Of This Country. They Are All Caught Up In The Delusion Of The Knowledge Commission Of The Government Of India. Although We Are Unable To Contribute Any Original Thought, Our Educational Centres Have Become The Junkyards Of The World And The Scholars Coming Out Of These Institutions Are But Educated Indentured Labourers For The Foreign Countries., At This Juncture When The Book Is Going To Press, This Feeling Has Become All The More Acute. The Reason For This Is That The Capitalist System Is In Such Crises That It Is Difficult For Us To Even Comprehend It. An Economic Depression Which Began In Some Large Financial Companies Of America Is Grabbing All The Economies Of The World In Its Clutches. This Epidemic Has Become For Us Like Some Unfathomable Celestial Calamity, And To Ward It Off We Have No Other Recourse Except To Resort To Spell-Like Conjurings. Our Government Or The Institution (Reserve Bank Of India) Which Regulates The Financial System Is Trying To Stem Off This Depression By Blindly Imitating The Central Banks Of America, England, France, Etc. We Can See Now That The Analysis Of Capitalism, Carried Out By Scholars Like Adam Smith, Marx, Keynes, Etc., Is Proving To Be Inadequate In Reference To The Present Crisis And The Essay ¾Economics After Marx® By The Eminent Socialist Thinker Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Has Become More Relevant., The Crisis Of Capitalism Can Be Resolved Only By Following The Path Of Socialism. This Is The Subject Of This Book, And It Is Interesting To Note That It Is An Advocacy Of Socialism By A Capitalist. Inspired By George Bernard Shaw®S Book The Intelligent Women®S Guide To Socialism, This Book Can Help Us To Understand The Present Economic Crisis Of The World. Some Chapters Of This Book Especially, ¾The Magical Illusion Of Extra Money®, ¾Various Forms Of Cost Capital®, ¾The Capital Market®, ¾Speculation®, ¾Banking®, ¾Money®, ¾Currency Control®, Etc., Are Very Relevant Right Now. In The Entire Book One Will Not Come Across The Second- Or Third-Hand Bookish Knowledge Which Is Often Found In The Works Of University Teachers; Rather, Lively And Energising Knowledge Infused With Insights From Direct Experience. In The Way Gulabdas Broker Had Enriched Gujarati Language With The Knowledge Of The Mysterious Vales And Meadows Of The Economic Wo. Codice articolo GB-9788121211840

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