The Ricardian Socialists
Edited by T.A. Kenyon
Published July 10th 1997 by Routledge
The Ricardian Socialists occupy a key position in the development of British economics in the nineteenth century, and in the wider development of socialist thought.
Addressing all of the burning economic issues of the day, their work can be divided into two schools: 'anti-capitalist economists' including Hodgskin and Ravenstone, and co-operative socialists including Thompson, Gray and Bray. Both groups are represented in this set.