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The Slavery of Our Times

Leo Tolstoy

1. 00 - Translator Introduction
2. 01 - Aylmer Maude's Translation of Tolstoy's Preface
3. 02 - Chapter One: Goods-Porters who Work Thirty-Seven Hours
4. 03 - Chapter Two: Society's Indifference While Men Perish
5. 04 - Chapter Three: Justification of the Existing Position by Science
6. 05 - Chapter Four: The Assertion of Economic Science that Rural Labourers Must Enter the Factory System
7. 06 - Chapter Five: Why Learned Economists Assert What is False
8. 07 - Chapter Six: Bankruptcy of the Socialist Ideal
9. 08 - Chapter Seven: Culture or Freedom?
10. 09 - Chapter Eight: Slavery Exists Among Us
11. 10 - Chapter Nine: What is Slavery?
12. 11 - Chapter Ten: Laws Concerning Taxes, Land and Property
13. 12 - Chapter Eleven: Laws the Cause of Slavery
14. 13 - Chapter Twelve: The Essence of Legislation is Organised Violence
15. 14 - Chapter Thirteen: What are Governments? Is it Possible to Exist Without Governments?
16. 15 - Chapter Fourteen: How Can Governments be Abolished?
17. 16 - Chapter Fifteen: What Should Each Man Do?
18. 17 - An Afterword

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Summary

This little book shows, in a short, clear, and systematic manner, how the principle of Non-Resistance, about which Tolstoy has written so much, is related to economic and political life.