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THE SLAVERY OF OUR TIMES by Leo Tolstoy
Written in 1890
Translated by Aylmer Maude.

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THE SLAVERY OF OUR TIMES

Table of Contents:

Title Page

Preface

Chapter I: Goods-porters who work thirty-seven hours

Chapter II: Society's indifference while men perish

Chapter III: Justification of the existing position by science

Chapter IV: The assertion of economic science that rural laborers must enter the factory system

Chapter V: Why learned economists assert what is false

Chapter VI: Bankruptcy of the socialist ideal

Chapter VII: Culture of Freedom

Chapter VIII: Slavery exists among us

Chapter IX: What is slavery?

Chapter X: Laws concerning taxes, land and property

Chapter XI: Laws the cause of slavery

Chapter XII: The essence of legislation is organised violence

Chapter XIII: What are governments? Is it possible to exist without governments?

Chapter XIV: How can governments be abolished?

Chapter XV: What should each man do?

An Afterword



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