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Socialistic Fallacies (London: Cope and Fenwick, 1910).
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The Sources of German Socialism
Formulæ of Saint Simon and Ricardo.
German Socialism is derived from two sources:—
Formula (b), became the “iron law of wages” of Lassalle. The French doctrines and Ricardo's three formulas became Rodbertus' theory of the “normal time of labour,” and of Karl Marx' and Engels' “surplus labour.”