This interesting and practical work is made up mostly from matter, revised to date, which has passed through four editions under the title of "The Political Economy of Natural Law." Two new chapters have been added. The author states in his preface: "The general purpose of this volume is the outlining of a political economy which is natural and practical rather than artificial and theoretical.... As a treatise it is not scholastic, statistical, or historic, but rather an earnest search for inherent laws and principles... The recognition of the universality of law is the greatest achievement and inspiration of modern times, and it is no less regnant in social economics than in physical science."
The above quotations will serve to stimulate the interest of thoughtful minds in all vital questions relating to the problems of humanity.
--Metaphysical Magazine: A Monthly Review of the Occult Sciences, Vol. 14
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