What Social Classes Owe to Each Other by William Graham SumnerWSCOTEO
What Social Classes Owe to Each Other
What Social Classes Owe to Each Other is a forceful essay, profound in its insight and prophetic in its perception. Written in 1883, it is as germane to political and economic life today as it was one hundred years ago. It champions individual freedom and responsibility and, just as insistently, condems political intervention in economic life, as Frederic Bastiat had done in France a generation earlier.