The National System of Political Economy

Friedrich List
List, Friedrich
(1789-1846)
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Editor/Trans.
J. Shield Nicholson, ed. Sampson S. Lloyd, trans.
First Pub. Date
1841
Publisher/Edition
London: Longmans, Green, and Co.
Pub. Date
1909
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Cover
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Translator's Preface to the First Edition
Introductory Essay, by J. Shield Nicholson
Memoir
Extracts from the Author's Preface
Book I The History
I.I The Italians.
I.II The Hansards.
I.III The Netherlanders.
I.IV The English.
I.V The Spaniards and Portuguese.
I.VI The French.
I.VII The Germans.
I.VIII The Russians.
I.IX The North Americans.
I.X The Teachings of History.
Book II The Theory
II.XI Political and Cosmopolitical Economy.
II.XII The Theory of the Powers of Production and the Theory of Values.
II.XIII The National Division of Commercial Operations and the Confederation of the National Productive Forces.
IIXIV Private Economy and National Economy.
II.XV Nationality and the Economy of the Nation.
II.XVI Popular and State Financial Administration, Political and National Economy.
II.XVII The Manufacturing Power and the Personal, Social,and Political Productive Powers of the Nation.
II.XVIII The Manufacturing Power and the Natural Productive Powers of the Nation.
II.XIX The Manufacturing Power and the Instrumental Powers (Material Capital) of the Nation.
IIXX The Manufacturing Power and the Agricultural Interest.
II.XXI The Manufacturing Power and Commerce.
II.XXII The Manufacturing Power and Navigation, Naval Power and Colonisation.
II.XXIII The Manufacturing Power and the Instruments of Circulation.
II.XXIV The Manufacturing Power and the Principle of Stability and Continuity of Work.
II.XXV The Manufacturing Power and the Inducement to Production and Consumption.
II.XXVI Customs Duties as a Chief Means of Establishing and Protecting the Internal Manufacturing Power.
II.XXVII The Customs System and the Popular School.
Book III The Systems
III.XXVIII The National Economists of Italy.
III.XXIX The Industrial System (Falsely Termed by the School 'The Mercantile System').
III.XXX The Physiocratic or Agricultural System.
III.XXXI The System of Values of Exchange (Falsely Termed by the School, the 'Industrial' System)—Adam Smith.
III.XXXII The System of Values of Exchange (continued)—Jean Baptiste Say and His School.
Book IV The Politics
IV.XXXIII The Insular Supremacy and the Continental Powers—North America and France.
IV.XXXIV The Insular Supremacy and the German Commercial Union.
IV.XXXV Continental Politics.
IV.XXXVI The Commercial Policy of the German Zollverein.
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Footnotes
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