Henry Wood

The Political Economy of Natural Law

This book, first published in the last years of the 19th century, has received a profusion of commendatory notices from the press in all sections of the country. It is simple, yet profound, and makes a “dry subject” positively entertaining. The burning topics of the day, including trusts, centralization, labor questions, socialism, and coinage are treated most instructively. It is now issued to accommodate the great demand for information upon these vital subjects, incidental to the coming presidential campaign It is independent of prejudice, section, or party, and will be welcomed by searchers after truth.


I. General Principles.
II. Supply And Demand.
III. The Law Of Competition.
IV. The Law Of Cooperation.
V. Labor And Production.
VI. Combinations Of Capital.
VII. Combinations Of Labor.
VIII. Employees And Profit Sharing.
IX. Employees: Their Obligations And Privileges.
X. Governmental Arbitration
XI. Economic Legislation And Its Proper Limits.
XII. Dependence And Poverty.
XIII. Socialism As A Political System.
XIV. Can Capital And Labor Be Harmonized?
XV. Wealth And Its Unequal Distribution.
XVI. The Law Of Centralization.
XVII. Action And Reaction, Or “Booms” And Panics.
XVIII. Money And Coinage.
XIX. Tariffs And Protection.
XX. The Modern Corporation.
XXI. The Abuses Of Corporate Management.
XXII. The Evolution Of The Railroad.
XXIII. Industrial Education.
XXIV. Natural Law And Idealism.
260 printed pages
Original publication



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