The World in Chains: Some Aspects of War and Trade
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The World in Chains: Some Aspects of War and Trade
By John Mavrogordato
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  • THE WORLD IN CHAINS
    • SOME ASPECTS OF WAR AND TRADE
      • BY
    • BY
    • JOHN MAVROGORDATO M.A.
    • Note
    • CONTENTS
    • CHAPTER I
      • §1
      • The Massacre of Colleagues
      • §2
      • The Widening Sphere of Morality
      • §3
      • The Receding God
      • § 4
      • The Philosopher looks at Society
      • § 5
      • Homo Homini Lupus
      • § 6
      • Tribe against Tribe
      • § 7
      • The City State
      • § 8
      • The Nations of Europe ferae naturae
      • § 9
      • The Convenience of Diplomacy
      • § 10
      • A Note on Democracy
      • § 11
      • Diplomacy not bad in itself
      • § 12
      • Manners no Substitute for Morals
      • § 13
      • War a Moral Anachronism
    • §1
    • The Massacre of Colleagues
    • §2
    • The Widening Sphere of Morality
    • §3
    • The Receding God
    • § 4
    • The Philosopher looks at Society
    • § 5
    • Homo Homini Lupus
    • § 6
    • Tribe against Tribe
    • § 7
    • The City State
    • § 8
    • The Nations of Europe ferae naturae
    • § 9
    • The Convenience of Diplomacy
    • § 10
    • A Note on Democracy
    • § 11
    • Diplomacy not bad in itself
    • § 12
    • Manners no Substitute for Morals
    • § 13
    • War a Moral Anachronism
    • CHAPTER II
      • § 1
      • The Armament Ring
      • § 2
      • Eugenics?
      • § 3
      • Patriotism
      • § 4
      • The "Moral Test"
      • § 5
      • Trade
      • § 6
      • Trade in Time of Peace
      • § 7
      • Duties of Commerce to the State
      • § 8
      • Restricted Sphere of Government corresponding to Restricted Sphere of Morality
    • § 1
    • The Armament Ring
    • § 2
    • Eugenics?
    • § 3
    • Patriotism
    • § 4
    • The "Moral Test"
    • § 5
    • Trade
    • § 6
    • Trade in Time of Peace
    • § 7
    • Duties of Commerce to the State
    • § 8
    • Restricted Sphere of Government corresponding to Restricted Sphere of Morality
    • CHAPTER III
      • § 1
      • Trade during the War
      • § 2
      • Trade lives on Increasing Demand
      • § 3
      • War a form of Destruction
      • § 4
      • War stands to benefit Neutral as well as Belligerent Nations but not to the same extent
      • § 5
      • The greater the Capital, the greater the War Profit?
      • § 6
      • The Blessings of Invasion
      • § 7
      • The Luxury Trades don't do so badly
      • § 8
      • Trade Profits in war not shared by the Nation but confined to Employers
      • § 9
      • Trade Profit and National Loss
    • § 1
    • Trade during the War
    • § 2
    • Trade lives on Increasing Demand
    • § 3
    • War a form of Destruction
    • § 4
    • War stands to benefit Neutral as well as Belligerent Nations but not to the same extent
    • § 5
    • The greater the Capital, the greater the War Profit?
    • § 6
    • The Blessings of Invasion
    • § 7
    • The Luxury Trades don't do so badly
    • § 8
    • Trade Profits in war not shared by the Nation but confined to Employers
    • § 9
    • Trade Profit and National Loss
    • CHAPTER IV
      • § 1
      • Dialectics round the Death-bed
      • § 2
      • German Responsibility for the War
      • § 3
      • The Value of German Culture
      • § 4
      • The Manufacture of Hatred
      • § 5
      • Imperialism the Enemy
      • § 6
      • Possible Objects of War
      • § 7
      • Physical Force in a Moral World
      • § 8
      • Imperialism and Capitalism through War and Trade the Enemies: Socialism to the Rescue
      • SOCIALISTS OF THE WORLD UNITE.
    • § 1
    • Dialectics round the Death-bed
    • § 2
    • German Responsibility for the War
    • § 3
    • The Value of German Culture
    • § 4
    • The Manufacture of Hatred
    • § 5
    • Imperialism the Enemy
    • § 6
    • Possible Objects of War
    • § 7
    • Physical Force in a Moral World
    • § 8
    • Imperialism and Capitalism through War and Trade the Enemies: Socialism to the Rescue
    • SOCIALISTS OF THE WORLD UNITE.
    • APPENDIX TO CHAPTER III
    • SOME TYPICAL WAR PROFITS
      • I. The Manchester Guardian, January 3, 1916:
      • BRITISH INDUSTRY IN WAR
      • 2. The Manchester Guardian, March 3, 1916:
      • MORE GREAT PROFITS
        • HOLT LINE'S ENORMOUS SURPLUS
      • HOLT LINE'S ENORMOUS SURPLUS
      • 3. Pall Mall Gazette, September 24, 1915:
      • WAR PROFITS
      • 4. The Manchester Guardian, Feb. 28, 1916:
      • COAL PROFITS NEARLY DOUBLED
      • 5. The Times, May 19, 1916:
      • SOAPMAKERS' "RECORD" PROFITS
      • 6. The New Witness:
      • THE SCANDAL OF WAR PROFITS
      • 7. The New Statesman, March 25, 1916:
      • 8. The New Statesman, May 27, 1916:
      • 9. The New Statesman, June 24, 1916:
      • 10. The New Witness, June 15, 1916:
      • WAR PROFITS AND THE GOVERNMENT
      • 11. The New Witness, June 15, 1916:
      • WILLIAM CORY & SON
      • HOLBROOKS
      • JAMES HINKS & SON
      • 12. The Manchester Guardian, June 19, 1916:
      • 13. The New Witness, June 22, 1916:
      • 14. The Westminster Gazette, July 15, 1916:
      • 15. The New Statesman, July 1, 1916:
      • 16. Pall Mall Gazette, January 31, 1916:
      • ARMY OF INSPECTORS
      • AS MUCH FOOD AS USUAL
      • 17. The Daily News, August 16, 1915:
      • A YEAR OF ECONOMIC WAR
      • 18. Pall Mall Gazette, November 10, 1916:
      • LIVING ON WAR
        • KRUPPS' PROFIT JUMPS FROM 1-1/2 MILLIONS TO 4-1/2
      • KRUPPS' PROFIT JUMPS FROM 1-1/2 MILLIONS TO 4-1/2
      • 19. Pall Mall Gazette:
      • GERMAN DIVIDENDS
        • ECONOMIC POSITION OF SOME OF HER COMPANIES
      • ECONOMIC POSITION OF SOME OF HER COMPANIES
      • 20. The Times, July 5, 1916:
      • WAR PROFIT-MONGERS IN RUSSIA
      • 21. The Westminster Gazette, Aug. 28, 1916:
      • GERMAN WAR SCANDALS
        • 700 PER CENT PROFIT FOR EAST PRUSSIAN LANDOWNERS
      • 700 PER CENT PROFIT FOR EAST PRUSSIAN LANDOWNERS
    • I. The Manchester Guardian, January 3, 1916:
    • BRITISH INDUSTRY IN WAR
    • 2. The Manchester Guardian, March 3, 1916:
    • MORE GREAT PROFITS
      • HOLT LINE'S ENORMOUS SURPLUS
    • HOLT LINE'S ENORMOUS SURPLUS
    • 3. Pall Mall Gazette, September 24, 1915:
    • WAR PROFITS
    • 4. The Manchester Guardian, Feb. 28, 1916:
    • COAL PROFITS NEARLY DOUBLED
    • 5. The Times, May 19, 1916:
    • SOAPMAKERS' "RECORD" PROFITS
    • 6. The New Witness:
    • THE SCANDAL OF WAR PROFITS
    • 7. The New Statesman, March 25, 1916:
    • 8. The New Statesman, May 27, 1916:
    • 9. The New Statesman, June 24, 1916:
    • 10. The New Witness, June 15, 1916:
    • WAR PROFITS AND THE GOVERNMENT
    • 11. The New Witness, June 15, 1916:
    • WILLIAM CORY & SON
    • HOLBROOKS
    • JAMES HINKS & SON
    • 12. The Manchester Guardian, June 19, 1916:
    • 13. The New Witness, June 22, 1916:
    • 14. The Westminster Gazette, July 15, 1916:
    • 15. The New Statesman, July 1, 1916:
    • 16. Pall Mall Gazette, January 31, 1916:
    • ARMY OF INSPECTORS
    • AS MUCH FOOD AS USUAL
    • 17. The Daily News, August 16, 1915:
    • A YEAR OF ECONOMIC WAR
    • 18. Pall Mall Gazette, November 10, 1916:
    • LIVING ON WAR
      • KRUPPS' PROFIT JUMPS FROM 1-1/2 MILLIONS TO 4-1/2
    • KRUPPS' PROFIT JUMPS FROM 1-1/2 MILLIONS TO 4-1/2
    • 19. Pall Mall Gazette:
    • GERMAN DIVIDENDS
      • ECONOMIC POSITION OF SOME OF HER COMPANIES
    • ECONOMIC POSITION OF SOME OF HER COMPANIES
    • 20. The Times, July 5, 1916:
    • WAR PROFIT-MONGERS IN RUSSIA
    • 21. The Westminster Gazette, Aug. 28, 1916:
    • GERMAN WAR SCANDALS
      • 700 PER CENT PROFIT FOR EAST PRUSSIAN LANDOWNERS
    • 700 PER CENT PROFIT FOR EAST PRUSSIAN LANDOWNERS
    • LETTERS FROM GREECE
    • CASSANDRA IN TROY
    • MARTIN SECKER
      • HIS COMPLETE CATALOGUE MCMXVII
    • HIS COMPLETE CATALOGUE MCMXVII
  • Martin Secker's Catalogue
    • PART ONE INDEX OF AUTHORS
      • PART TWO: CLASSIFIED INDEX OF TITLES
    • PART TWO: CLASSIFIED INDEX OF TITLES
    • Martin Secker's Series of
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
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