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ePub Pictures of the Socialistic Future download
Author:
Eugene Richter
ISBN13:
978-1103227624
ISBN:
1103227629
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Publisher:
BiblioLife (February 2, 2009)
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Politics & Government
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Pictures of a Socialistic Future even succeeds as a novel. Decades before the socialists gained power, Eugen Richter saw the writing on the wall. It is gripping to read, even deeply painful in many places. Once can imagine that this work is capable of shaking the faith of even the most diehard socialist. Bryan Caplan of George Mason University writes the new introduction to the book. The great tragedy of the 20th century is that the world had to learn about totalitarian socialism from bitter experience, instead of Richter’s inspired novel. Many failed to see the truth until the Berlin Wall went up. By then, alas, it was too late. Author: Eugen Richter.

Pictures of a Socialistic Future by Eugen Richter (2010) Paperback

Pictures of a Socialistic Future by Eugen Richter (2010) Paperback. The novel is written from the perspective of a staunch supporter of the socialist revolution, who comes to the hard realization that, a system that goes against the laws of economics and human nature, can only lead to poverty, hunger, violence and ultimately, dictatorship. Unfortunately, by the time he sees the light, his world has been turned upside down.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Pictures of the Socialistic Future by Eugen Richter . Eugen Richter (1838-1906) was a German politician and journalist

Eugen Richter (1838-1906) was a German politician and journalist. Since 1856, he studied Law and Economics at the Universities of Bonn, Berlin and Heidelberg, finishing with a law degree in 1859. In those years Richter became a strong advocate of free trade, market economy and Rechtsstaat. In 1859, he became a civil servant in judiciary. His liberal views caused some trouble with the Prussian bureaucracy several times.

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This book is a remarkable discovery, as fresh today as when it was first translated in 1893. Eugen Richter (1838-1906) was a German politician and journalist.

Eugene Richter The volume professes to be a description of the coming socialistic revolution and its results, as described in the diary of an ardent Socialist, wh. .

Herr Eugene Richter, the Radical member for Hagen in the German Imperial Parliament, is, as is well known, a sturdy opponent and acute critic of Socialism. He has embodied his views on the subject in a little volume freely adapted from Bebel, which has enjoyed immense popularity in Germany. The volume professes to be a description of the coming socialistic revolution and its results, as described in the diary of an ardent Socialist, who gradually becomes disillusioned, and finally falls a victim to the counter revolution caused by internal anarchy and foreign invasion.

His novel "Pictures of the Socialistic Future" (1891) is a dystopian novel which predicts what would happen to.In the Reichstag elections of 1881, the candidates of the Progress Party (among them Eugen Richter and Rudolf Virchow) won all six seats in Berlin, here personified as Berolina.

His novel "Pictures of the Socialistic Future" (1891) is a dystopian novel which predicts what would happen to Germany if the socialism espoused by the trade unionists, social democrats, and Marxists was put into practice. It is a 19th-century version of George Orwell's 1984. The candidates of the anti-semitic movement were not elected. From the satirical weekly Berliner Wespen (Berlin Wasps), November 2, 1881.

Pictures of a Socialistic Future Paperback – 9 February 2018. by Richter Eugene (Author).

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
  • This novel was written in 1907, and speaks of the universal truths about the fallacies of Socialism. The novel is written from the perspective of a staunch supporter of the socialist revolution, who comes to the hard realization that, a system that goes against the laws of economics and human nature, can only lead to poverty, hunger, violence and ultimately, dictatorship. Unfortunately, by the time he sees the light, his world has been turned upside down.

    This wonderful, at times heart wrenching novel, should be read by anyone who believes in freedom and individual liberty.

  • very old book but paints vivid picture of what socialism could look like in practice

  • A picture of America in the 21st century, written 100 years ago. As revealing as Orwell, this is the logical outcome of dystopian socialism.

  • Interesting book for the 1890 that should have made people consider how bad communism and socialism could become. It must not have had a lasting impact. More of an interesting book than a good read.

  • Anyone who agrees with the lessons in "The Road to Serfdom" by Hayek should agree with the lessons in this book as well.

    I wish it were the case that these books would change people's minds about socialism. For example, a socialist would read one of these books and then stop being a socialist.

    However, it seems to me that socialists rarely change their minds no matter how much enlightened reason goes against their dogma...

    Anyway, people who are not socialists can enjoy these books and see that there are like-minded people out there.

    John Christmas, author of "Democracy Society"

  • More of a simple book, however the author showed quite a bit of insight in writing it before all the horrors of socialism/communism and collectivism were realized in the 20th century. He was not far off the mark at all, and we would all be better off if all who had, after witnessing such horrors, stopped flirting with the fantasy of socialism.