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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Background for this topic, and important bibliographies,
can be found especially in Joseph A. Schumpeter, History
of Economic Analysis
(New York, 1954; published posthu-
mously), and Edmund Whittaker, A History of Economic
Ideas
(New York, 1939). Other useful volumes are: Eric Roll,
A History of Economic Thought (New York, 1939; 3rd ed.,
1942); J. F. Bell, History of Economic Thought (New York,
1953); Alexander Gray, The Development of Economic Doc-
trine
(London and New York, 1931); the last is less compre-
hensive than the others. Valuable for the history of “laissez-
faire” are D. H. Macgregor, Economic Thought and Policy
(Oxford, 1949); and Edward R. Kittrell, “'Laissez-Faire' in
English Classical Economics,” Journal of the History of
Ideas,
27 (1966), 610-20. Additional studies are Edwin
Cannan, A History of the Theories of Production and Distri-
bution in English Political Economy from 1776 to 1848,
3rd
ed. (London, 1924); Mark Blaug, Ricardian Economics: A
Historical Study
(New Haven and London, 1958); and Paul
T. Homan, Contemporary Thought (New York, 1928).

The following are the best editions of economic classics.
Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, ed. Edwin Cannan,
2 vols. (London and New York, 1904). It is available in
reprints, and in a useful abridgment of W. J. Ashley, Selected
Chapters and Passages from The Wealth of Nations
(London,
1895; 1906). David Ricardo, Principles of Political Economy
and Taxation,
Vol. I of Works and Correspondence, ed. P.
Sraffa and M. H. Dobb, 10 vols. (Cambridge, 1951-55). John
Stuart Mill, Principles of Political Economy, ed. W. J. Ashley
(London and New York, 1909). A new version has an intro-
duction by V. W. Bladen, textual editor J. M. Robson,
2 vols. (Toronto, 1965). E. von Böhm-Bawerk's chief works
are Kapital and Kapitalzins, Vol. I, Geschichte und Kritik
der Kapitalzinstheorien
(Innsbruck, 1884), trans. William
Smart as Capital and Interest (London, 1890; 1932); Vol.
II, Positive Theories des Kapitals (Innsbruck, 1889), trans.
William Smart as The Positive Theory of Capital (London,
1891; 1923).

On Socialism the following are recommended: Alexander
Gray, The Socialist Tradition, Moses to Lenin (London and
New York, 1946; reprint 1968); and Harry W. Laidler, His-
tory of Socialism,
rev. ed. (New York, 1968).

Still useful is R. H. I. Palgrave, Dictionary of Political
Economy,
ed. Henry Higgs, 3 vols. (London and New York,
1926).

FRANK H. KNIGHT

[See also Anarchism; Authority; Cycles; Democracy; Eco-
nomic Theory of Natural Liberty;
Enlightenment; Equality;
Freedom; Individualism; Liberalism; Marxism; Nationalism;
Progress; Property; Socialism; State.]