GREAT BRITAIN AFTER THE WAR. 11
BOOKS SUGGESTED FOR FURTHER READING.
It seems unnecessary to name here any of thei ordinary
text books or treatises on Economics, Industrial History,
Trade Unionism, etc. The student will find useful, as a guide
to books on special subjects, What to Read (Eabian Society :
Is.), or the bibliographies in The Labour Yearbook for 1916.
The following list, which includes works written from very
different standpoints, is confined to publications dealing specifically with '' After the War'' problems or social reconstruction.
ASHBY, ARTHUR W — The Rural Problem. 6d, (postage Id.)
CARPENTER, EDWARD.—Towards Industrial Freedom. 3/6 (postage 4d.)
CARTER, HUNTLY (edited by).—Industrial Reconstruction (symposium of
many writers). 6/- (postage 6d.)
CHANCE, SIR W.—The Industrial Unrest (Summary of Enquiry Commissions' Report-). 1/- (postage Id.)
CHAPMAN, S. J. (editor).—Capital and Labour after the War. 6/- (post. 5d.)
COLE, G. D. H — Self-Goverment in Industry. 4/6 (postage 5d.)
Labour in Wartime. 3/- (postage 5d.)
and R. PAGE ARN0T.—Trade Unionism on the Railways. 2/6
DAWSON, W. HARBUTT (editor).—After-War Problems, By the Earl of Cromer
and others. 7/6 (postage 8d.)
Problems of Peace. 7/6 (postage 8d.)
DRAKE, MRS. B.—Women in the Engineering Trade. 2/6 (postage 4d.)
FABIAN RESEARCH DEPARTMENT.—How to Pay for the War. 6/-
(postage 6d.) ; or in five separate parts at 1/- each (postage 3d.), on the
Development of the Post Office, a Public Service of Railway and Canal
Transport, the Nationalisation of the Coal Supply, a State Insurance
Department, and a Revolution in the Income Tax.
FABIAN SOCIETY.—What to Read on Social and Economic Subjects. 1910.
1/- (postage 3d.)
(Liverpool) Industrial Conditions after the WTar. Id. (postage Id.)
FURNISS, H. SANDERSON (edited by).—The Industrial Outlook. 3/6 (post. 4d.)
GARDNER, LUCY.—The Hope for Society : Essays on Social Reconstruction.
GARTON FOUNDATION.—Memorandum on the Industrial Situation (valuable and comprehensive diagnosis). 1/- (postage 3d).
GEDDES, P., and BRANFORD, V.—The Coming Polity: a Study in
and SLATER, G.—Ideas at War. 5/-.
GRAY, H. B. and TURNER, S.—Eclipse or Empire. 2/0.
GREGORY, T. E.—Foreign Exchanges and the War. 1/-.
HALL, SIR, A. D.—Agriculture after the War. 3/6.
HENDERSON, RT. HON. ARTHUR.—The Aims of Labour. 1/- (post. 3d.)
HICHENS, W. LIONEL.—Some Problems of Modern Industry. 6d.
HOBSON, J. A.—Democracy after the War. 4/6 (postage 5d.)
The Fight for Democracy. 1/- (postage 3d.)
The New Protectionism. 2/6.
Towards International Government. 2/6.