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1898. Hobson, English historicist economist, closely associated to the Marxian and Socialist schools, was an accomplished author, journalist, historian, economist and critic of the materialist methodology of both Classical and Neoclassical economics. He was particularly fond of John Ruskin, the greatest Victorian bar Victoria, was an artist, scientist, poet, environmentalist, philosopher, and the preeminent art critic of his time. Contents: Formative Influences of Early Life; From Art to Social Reform; The Indictment of Current Political Economy; Mr. Ruskin's Theory of Social Economics; Flaws in the Science and Practice of Modern Industry; The Competitive System; The True Social Order; Socialism and Aristocracy; Machinery and Industrial Towns; Education; Woman's Place and Education; Industrial Experiments-The Guild of St. George; and Summary of Mr. Ruskin's Work and Influence. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.