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American Communities, Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged, by William Alfred Hinds. The second edition of this book, published by us four years ago, was everywhere recognized as the standard work describing the co-operative colonies and communities in the United States. The edition has been sold out, and meanwhile the author has been putting an immense amout of labor in the revision of the work, bringing the information fully up to date, and describing other communities established since the publication of the former edition. goes without saying that these communities have nothing in particular to do with socialism; but they constitute an economic phenomenon well worth studying, and this book when completed will be far and away the best account of them ever published. Cloth, illustrated, $ 1.50.
Anarchism and Socialism, by George Plechanoff, translated by Eleanor Marx Aveling, with an American introduction by Robert Rives LaMonte. We will give a more extended description of this book later; meanwhile we merely quote this from LaMonte's introduction: "Anarchism proper is dying out so rapidly that it would not be worth while to re-print this book, were it merely a polemic against Anarchism; but it is far more it is a relentless exposure of utopianism in all its forms, and utopianism in one form or another is always with us, so that we may be quite sure Plechanoff's brilliant little brochure will never be out of date till the dawn of the Day of Proletarian Triumph." (Standard Socialist Series, Vol. 23, clot, 50 cents.)
Next month we hope to have some very attractive announcements to make, in the way of new Socialist books, but the important thing just now is to get the debt out of the way, and it can be done in short order if every reader of the Review will do his share.
This series of large and handsome volumes, uniformly bound, contains some of the most important works in in the literature of International Socialism.
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11. The Physical Basis of Mind and Morals. By M. H. Fitch.
12. Revolutionary Essays in Socialist Faith and Fancy. By Peter E. Burrowes.
13. Marxian Economics. By Ernest Untermann. (This volume has been unavoidably delayed, and will not be published before October or November).
14. The Rise of the American Proletarian. By Austin Lewis.
15. The Theoretical System of Karl Marx. By Louis B. Boudin.
16. Landmarks of Scientific Socialism (Anti-Duehring). By Frederick Engels, translated by Austin Lewis.
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