- pt. I. the composition of the working classes. On the condition of the working classes. The people in relation to political power and opinion. The views and prospects of the working classes. Working-class education and mis-education. On the grievance ideas of the working classes -- pt. II. English republicanism. The English working classes and the Paris commune. The two sides of the social improvement question. On the relations between capital and labour. The press and the people. The two races of poor.
- Reprinted, in part, from Fraser's magazine and the Contemporary review. cf. Pref.
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