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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Upton Sinclair
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WORKS OF

UPTON SINCLAIR


CONTENTS

##  THE JUNGLE

##  DAMAGED GOODS

##  THE PROFITS OF RELIGION

##  THE NATUREWOMAN

##  PRINCE HAGEN

##  THE MACHINE

##  KING MIDAS

##  THE METROPOLIS

##  JIMMIE HIGGINS

##  100% THE STORY OF A PATRIOT

##  THE POT BOILER

##  SYLVIA'S MARRIAGE

##  THE MONEYCHANGERS

##  SAMUEL THE SEEKER

##  LOVE'S PILGRIMAGE

##  KING COAL

##  THE JOURNAL OF ARTHUR STIRLING

##  A PRISONER OF MORRO

##  A CADET'S HONOR

##  ON GUARD

##  THE BOOK OF LIFE Vol. I and Vol. II

A CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRY

THE SECOND-STORY MAN

THEY CALL ME CARPENTER



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



THE JUNGLE
by Upton Sinclair
(1906)


CONTENTS
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Chapter 22
Chapter 23
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Chapter 27
Chapter 28
Chapter 29
Chapter 30
Chapter 31



DAMAGED GOODS
The Great Play “Les Avaries” of Eugene Brieux
Novelized with the approval of the author
by Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
PREFACE
PRESS COMMENTS ON THE PLAY
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI



THE PROFITS OF RELIGION
An Essay in Economic Interpretation
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
THE PROFITS OF RELIGION
OFFERTORY
INTRODUCTORY
BOOTSTRAP-LIFTING
RELIGION
BOOK ONE — The Church of the Conquerors
The Priestly Lie
The Great Fear
Salve Regina!
Fresh Meat
Priestly Empires
Prayer-wheels
The Butcher-Gods
The Holy Inquisition
Hell-Fire
BOOK TWO — The Church of Good Society
The Babylonian Fire-god
The Medicine-men
The Canonization of Incompetence
Gibson's Preservative
The Elders
Church History
Land and Livings
Graft in Tail
Bishops and Beer
Anglicanism and Alcohol
Dead Cats
Suffer Little Children
The Court Circular
Horn-blowing
Trinity Corporation
Spiritual Interpretation
BOOK THREE — The Church of the Servant-girls
Charity
God's Armor
Thanksgivings
The Holy Roman Empire
Temporal Power
Knights of Slavery
Priests and Police
The Church Militant
The Church Triumphant
God in the Schools
The Menace
King Coal
The Unholy Alliance
Secret Service
Tax Exemption
"Holy History"
Das Centrum
BOOK FOUR — The Church of the Slavers
Face of Caesar
Deutschland ueber Alles
Der Tag.
King Cotton
Witches and Women
Moth and Rust
The Octopus
The Industrial Shelley
The Outlook for Graft
Clerical Camouflage
The Jungle
BOOK FIVE — The Church of the Merchants
The Head Merchant
"Herr Beeble"
Holy Oil
Rhetorical Black-hanging
The Great American Fraud
Riches in Glory
Captivating Ideals
Spook Hunting
Running the Rapids
Birth Control
Sheep
BOOK SIX — The Church of the Quacks
Tabula Rasa
The Book of Mormon
Holy Rolling
Bible Prophecy
Koreshanity
Mazdaznan
Black Magic
Mental Malpractice
Science and Wealth
New Nonsense
"Dollars Want Me"
Spiritual Financiering
The Graft of Grace
BOOK SEVEN — The Church of the Social Revolution
Christ and Caesar
Locusts and Wild Honey
Mother Earth
The Soap Box
The Church Machine
The Church Redeemed
The Desire of Nations
The Knowable
Nature's Insurgent Son
The New Morality
Envoi
Reader:



THE NATUREWOMAN
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
CHARACTERS
THE NATUREWOMAN
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV



PRINCE HAGEN
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV



THE MACHINE
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
CHARACTERS
THE MACHINE
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III



KING MIDAS
A Romance
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
PART I
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI.
CHAPTER XII.
CHAPTER XIII
PART II
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV



THE METROPOLIS
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
CHAPTER I	CHAPTER II	CHAPTER III	CHAPTER IV	CHAPTER V	CHAPTER VI	CHAPTER VII	CHAPTER VIII	CHAPTER IX	CHAPTER X	CHAPTER XI	CHAPTER XII	CHAPTER XIII	CHAPTER XIV	CHAPTER XV	CHAPTER XVI	CHAPTER XVII	CHAPTER XVIII	CHAPTER XIX	CHAPTER XX	CHAPTER XXI



JIMMIE HIGGINS
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
JIMMIE HIGGINS
CHAPTER I	JIMMIE HIGGINS MEETS THE CANDIDATE
CHAPTER II	JIMMIE HIGGINS HEARS A SPEECH
CHAPTER III	JIMMIE HIGGINS DEBATES THE ISSUE
CHAPTER IV	JIMMIE HIGGINS STRIKES IT RICH
CHAPTER V	JIMMIE HIGGINS HELPS THE KAISER
CHAPTER VI	JIMMIE HIGGINS GOES TO JAIL
CHAPTER VII	JIMMIE HIGGINS DALLIES WITH CUPID
CHAPTER VIII	JIMMIE HIGGINS PUTS HIS FOOT IN IT
CHAPTER IX	JIMMIE HIGGINS RETURNS TO NATURE
CHAPTER X	JIMMIE HIGGINS MEETS THE OWNER
CHAPTER XI	JIMMIE HIGGINS FACES THE WAR
CHAPTER XII	JIMMIE HIGGINS MEETS A PATRIOT
CHAPTER XIII	JIMMIE HIGGINS DODGES TROUBLE
CHAPTER XIV	JIMMIE HIGGINS TAKES THE ROAD
CHAPTER XV	JIMMIE HIGGINS TURNS BOLSHEVIK
CHAPTER XVI	JIMMIE HIGGINS MEETS THE TEMPTER
CHAPTER XVII	JIMMIE HIGGINS WRESTLES WITH THE TEMPTER
CHAPTER XVIII	JIMMIE HIGGINS TAKES THE PLUNGE
CHAPTER XIX	JIMMIE HIGGINS PUTS ON KHAKI
CHAPTER XX	JIMMIE HIGGINS TAKES A SWIM
CHAPTER XXI	JIMMIE HIGGINS ENTERS SOCIETY
CHAPTER XXII	JIMMIE HIGGINS WORKS FOR HIS UNCLE
CHAPTER XXIII	JIMMIE HIGGINS MEETS THE HUN
CHAPTER XXIV	JIMMIE HIGGINS SEES THE OTHER SIDE
CHAPTER XXV	JIMMIE HIGGINS ENTERS INTO DANGER
CHAPTER XXVI	JIMMIE HIGGINS DISCOVERS HIS SOUL
CHAPTER XXVII	JIMMIE HIGGINS VOTES FOR DEMOCRACY



100%: THE STORY OF A PATRIOT
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
Section 1
Section 2
Section 3
Section 4
Section 5
Section 6
Section 7
Section 8
Section 9
Section 10
Section 11
Section 12
Section 13
Section 14
Section 15
Section 16
Section 17
Section 18
Section 19
Section 20
Section 21
Section 22
Section 23
Section 24
Section 25
Section 26
Section 27
Section 28
Section 29
Section 30
Section 31
Section 32
Section 33
Section 34
Section 35
Section 36
Section 37
Section 38
Section 39
Section 40
Section 41
Section 42
Section 43
Section 44
Section 45
Section 46
Section 47
Section 48
Section 49
Section 50
Section 51
Section 52
Section 53
Section 54
Section 55
Section 56
Section 57
Section 58
Section 59
Section 60
Section 61
Section 62
Section 63
Section 64
Section 65
Section 66
Section 67
Section 68
Section 69
Section 70
Section 71
Section 72
Section 73
Section 74
Section 75
Section 76
Section 77
Section 78
Section 79
Section 80
Section 81
Section 82
Section 83
Section 84
Section 85
Section 86
APPENDIX



THE POT BOILER
A Comedy In Four Acts
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
THE POT BOILER
ACT I.
ACT II.
ACT III.
ACT IV.
POSTSCRIPT



SYLVIA’S MARRIAGE
A Novel
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
SYLVIA’S MARRIAGE
BOOK I. SYLVIA AS WIFE
BOOK II. SYLVIA AS MOTHER
BOOK III. SYLVIA AS REBEL



THE MONEYCHANGERS
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII



SAMUEL THE SEEKER
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
CHAPTER I
CHAPTER II
CHAPTER III
CHAPTER IV
CHAPTER V
CHAPTER VI
CHAPTER VII
CHAPTER VIII
CHAPTER IX
CHAPTER X
CHAPTER XI
CHAPTER XII
CHAPTER XIII
CHAPTER XIV
CHAPTER XV
CHAPTER XVI
CHAPTER XVII
CHAPTER XVIII
CHAPTER XIX
CHAPTER XX
CHAPTER XXI
CHAPTER XXII
CHAPTER XXIII
CHAPTER XXIV
CHAPTER XXV
CHAPTER XXVI
CHAPTER XXVII
CHAPTER XXVIII
CHAPTER XXIX
CHAPTER XXX
CHAPTER XXXI



LOVE’S PILGRIMAGE
A Novel
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
PART I	Loves Entanglement
BOOK I	THE VICTIM
BOOK II	THE SNARE
BOOK III	THE VICTIM HESITATES
BOOK IV	THE VICTIM APPROACHES
BOOK V	THE BAIT IS SEIZED
BOOK VI	THE CORDS ARE TIGHTENED
BOOK VII	THE CAPTURE IS COMPLETED
PART II	Love’s Captivity
BOOK VIII	THE CAPTIVE BOUND
BOOK IX	THE CAPTIVE IN LEASH
BOOK X	THE END OF THE TETHER
BOOK XI	THE TORTURE-HOUSE
BOOK XII	THE TREADMILL
BOOK XIII	THE MASTERS OF THE SNARE
BOOK XIV	THE PRICE OF RANSOM
BOOK XV	THE CAPTIVE FAINTS
BOOK XVI	THE BREAK FOR FREEDOM



KING COAL
A Novel
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
BOOK ONE	THE DOMAIN OF KING COAL
BOOK TWO	THE SERFS OF KING COAL
BOOK THREE	THE HENCHMEN OF KING COAL
BOOK FOUR	THE WILL OF KING COAL
POSTSCRIPT



THE JOURNAL OF ARTHUR STIRLING
“The Valley Of The Shadow”
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS
EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION
READER:
PART I. WRITING A POEM
PART II. SEEKING A PUBLISHER
PART III. THE END



A PRISONER OF MORRO
OR In the Hands of the Enemy
By Ensign Clark Fitch


CONTENTS
I.	SIGHTING A PRIZE.	5
II.	A LONG CHASE.	10
III.	AN OLD ENEMY.	19
IV.	IN COMMAND OF THE PRIZE.	28
V.	A HAIL FROM THE DARKNESS.	32
VI.	REPELLING BOARDERS.	39
VII.	A DESPERATE CHASE.	46
VIII.	A DASH FOR THE SHORE.	51
IX.	THE ENEMY'S COUNTRY.	56
X.	A STARTLING DISCOVERY.	63
XI.	A RUNNING FIGHT.	67
XII.	THE FIRST PRISONERS OF WAR.	72
XIII.	IGNACIO'S PLOTS.	78
XIV.	BESSIE STUART.	85
XV.	IN MORRO CASTLE.	94
XVI.	IN THE DUNGEON VAULTS.	99
XVII.	OUT OF THE DUNGEON.	104
XVIII.	CLIF FARADAY'S SACRIFICE.	112
XIX.	A FAREWELL.	120
XX.	AN UNEXPECTED PERIL.	127
XXI.	RECAPTURED BY THE ENEMY.	133
XXII.	CUTTING A CABLE.	139
XXIII.	A PERILOUS DETAIL.	146
XXIV.	THE CUBAN COURIER.	152
XXV.	"IN THE NAME OF HUMANITY AND THE SAILORS OF THE MAINE!"	158
XXVI.	A GAME OF BLUFF.	164
XXVII.	IN WHICH CLIF MEETS WITH A SURPRISE.	170
XXVIII.	A STRUGGLE AGAINST ODDS.	176
XXIX.	CLIF'S SECOND EXPEDITION.	182
XXX.	THE BATTLE IN THE BRUSH.	187
XXXI.	CAPTURED.	194
XXXII.	CLIF FARADAY'S TEST.	201
XXXIII.	THE MYSTERY OF THE UNEXPLODED SHELL.	208



A CADET'S HONOR
OR Mark Mallory's Heroism
By Lieut. Frederick Garrison, U. S. A.
Transcriber's Note: "Lieut. Frederick Garrison" is a pseudonym for Upton Sinclair.


CONTENTS
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
I—	A "Yearling" Meeting	7
II—	Mark's Mysterious Visitor	19
III—	Trouble for Mark	26
IV—	The Explanation	38
V—	Mark in Disgrace	46
VI—	Indian's Re-examination	58
VII—	The Examination of the Parson	66
VIII—	The Rescue Party	72
IX—	Heroism of the Parson	76
X—	More Troubles	81
XI—	Disadvantages of "Coventry"	85
XII—	The Embassy of the Parson	91
XIII—	Preparations for the Battle	99
XIV—	The Affair at the Fort	109
XV—	Two Plebes in Hospital	117
XVI—	The Parson's Indignation	124
XVII—	Indian in Trouble	133
XVIII—	To the Rescue	146
XIX—	The Alliance is Completed	156
XX—	Indignation of the Yearlings	162
XXI—	A Mild Attempt at Hazing	171
XXII—	The Bombshell Falls	177
XXIII—	In the Shadow of Dismissal	185
XXIV—	A Letter	193
XXV—	A Swimming Match	204
XXVI—	The Finish of a Race	211
XXVII—	What Mark Did	219
XXVIII—	Mark Meets the Superintendent	231
XXIX—	The Seven in Session	239
XXX—	The Move into Camp	248
XXXI—	"First Night"	257
XXXII—	Conclusion	268



ON GUARD
Or Mark Mallory's Celebration
By Lieut. Frederick Garrison, U. S. A.


CONTENTS
CHAPTER	 	PAGE
I.—	A Letter from a "Furlough Man"	7
II.—	Mark's Idea	15
III.—	A New Ally	22
IV.—	A Surprise for the Seven	31
V.—	The Scheme Succeeds	36
VI.—	What Mark Overheard	46
VII.—	Mark's Counterplot	57
VIII.—	The Attack on Mark	65
IX.—	Three Discomfited Yearlings	74
X.—	Texas Runs Amuck	80
XI.—	Texas Raids West Point	91
XII.—	The Cause of a Friend	103
XIII.—	The Reformation of Texas	110
XIV.—	A Plot of the Yearlings	118
XV.—	The Plebes Plot, Too	128
XVI.—	Setting the Trap	133
XVII.—	The Result at the Hop	141
XVIII.—	A Strange Announcement	149
XIX.—	Texas Turns Highwayman	160
XX.—	Two Midnight Prowlers	167
XXI.—	Benny is Exposed	178
XXII.—	Mark Receives a Committee	183
XXIII.—	A Fight, and Other Things	199
XXIV.—	Six to the Rescue	208
XXV.—	Mark in the Hospital	216
XXVI.—	Texas Has an Interview	224
XXVII.—	A Plot to Beat "the General"	232
XXVIII.—	"Bull" Finds an Ally	241
XXIX.—	Strange Conduct	250
XXX.—	A Surprise for Murray	256
XXXI.—	The Plot Succeeds	265
XXXII.—	Triumph—Conclusion	277



THE BOOK OF LIFE
By Upton Sinclair


CONTENTS OF _VOL_I
PAGE
Chapter I. The Nature of Life	3
    Attempts to show what we know about life; to set the
bounds of real truth as distinguished from phrases and
self-deception.
Chapter II. The Nature of Faith	8
    Attempts to show what we can prove by our reason, and
what we know intuitively; what is implied in the process
of thinking, and without which no thought could be.
Chapter III. The Use of Reason	12
    Attempts to show that in the field to which reason applies
we are compelled to use it, and are justified in trusting it.
Chapter IV. The Origin of Morality	17
    Compares the ways of Nature with human morality, and
tries to show how the latter came to be.
Chapter V. Nature and Man	21
    Attempts to show how man has taken control of Nature,
and is carrying on her processes and improving upon them.
Chapter VI. Man the Rebel	27
    Shows the transition stage between instinct and reason,
in which man finds himself, and how he can advance to
a securer condition.
Chapter VII. Making Our Morals	31
    Attempts to show that human morality must change to fit
human facts, and there can be no judge of it save human
reason.
Chapter VIII. The Virtue of Moderation	37
    Attempts to show that wise conduct is an adjustment of
means to ends, and depends upon the understanding of a
particular set of circumstances.
Chapter IX. The Choosing of Life	42
    Discusses the standards by which we may judge what is
best in life, and decide what we wish to make of it.
Chapter X. Myself and My Neighbor	50
    Compares the new morality with the old, and discusses the
relative importance of our various duties.
Chapter XI. The Mind and the Body	53
    Discusses the interaction between physical and mental
things, and the possibility of freedom in a world of fixed
causes.
Chapter XII. The Mind of the Body	61
    Discusses the subconscious mind, what it is, what it does
to the body, and how it can be controlled and made use
of by the intelligence.
Chapter XIII. Exploring the Subconscious	67
    Discusses automatic writing, the analysis of dreams, and
other methods by which a new universe of life has been
brought to human knowledge.
Chapter XIV. The Problem of Immortality	74
    Discusses the survival of personality from the moral point
of view: that is, have we any claim upon life, entitling
us to live forever?
Chapter XV. The Evidence for Survival	81
    Discusses the data of psychic research, and the proofs of
spiritism thus put before us.
Chapter XVI. The Powers of the Mind	91
    Sets forth the fact that knowledge is freedom and ignorance
is slavery, and what science means to the people.
Chapter XVII. The Conduct of the Mind	98
    Concludes the Book of the Mind with a study of how to
preserve and develop its powers for the protection of our
lives and the lives of all men.

PART TWO: THE BOOK OF THE BODY

Chapter XVIII. The Unity of the Body	105
    Discusses the body as a whole, and shows that health is
not a matter of many different organs and functions, but
is one problem of one organism.
Chapter XIX. Experiments in Diet	115
    Narrates the author's adventures in search of health, and
his conclusions as to what to eat.
Chapter XX. Errors in Diet	123
    Discusses the different kinds of foods, and the part they
play in the making of health and disease.
Chapter XXI. Diet Standards	134
    Discusses various foods and their food values, the quantities
we need, and their money cost.
Chapter XXII. Foods and Poisons	145
    Concludes the subject of diet, and discusses the effect upon
the system of stimulants and narcotics.
Chapter XXIII. More About Health	156
    Discusses the subjects of breathing and ventilation, clothing,
bathing and sleep.
Chapter XXIV. Work and Play	163
    Deals with the question of exercise, both for the idle and
the overworked.
Chapter XXV. The Fasting Cure	169
    Deals with Nature's own remedy for disease, and how to
make use of it.
Chapter XXVI. Breaking the Fast	177
    Discusses various methods of building up the body after
a fast, especially the milk diet.
Chapter XXVII. Diseases and Cures	182
    Discusses some of the commoner human ailments, and
what is known about their cause and cure.
INDEX VOLUME I
CONTENTS_VOL_II
PART THREE: THE BOOK OF LOVE
PAGE
Chapter XXVIII. The Reality of Marriage	3
    Discusses the sex-customs now existing in the world,
and their relation to the ideal of monogamous love.
Chapter XXIX. The Development of Marriage	8
    Deals with the sex-relationship, its meaning and its history,
the stages of its development in human society.
Chapter XXX. Sex and Young America	15
    Discusses present-day sex arrangements, as they affect
the future generation.
Chapter XXXI. Sex and the "smart Set"	23
    Portrays the moral customs of those who set the fashion
in our present-day world.
Chapter XXXII. Sex and the Poor	29
    Discusses prostitution, the extent of its prevalence, and
the diseases which result from it.
Chapter XXXIII. Sex and Nature	33
    Maintains that our sex disorders are not the result of
natural or physical disharmony.
Chapter XXXIV. Love and Economics	36
    Maintains that our sex disorders are of social origin, due
to the displacing of love by money as a motive in mating.
Chapter XXXV. Marriage and Money	40
    Discusses the causes of prostitution, and that higher
form of prostitution known as the "marriage of convenience."
Chapter XXXVI. Love Versus Lust	46
    Discusses the sex impulse, its use and misuse; when it
should be followed and when repressed.
Chapter XXXVII. Celibacy Versus Chastity	51
    The ideal of the repression of the sex-impulse, as against
the ideal of its guidance and cultivation.
Chapter XXXVIII. The Defense of Love	55
    Discusses passionate love, its sanction, its place in life,
and its preservation in marriage.
Chapter XXXIX. Birth Control	60
    Deals with the prevention of conception as one of the
greatest of man's discoveries, releasing him from nature's
enslavement, and placing the keys of life in his hands.
Chapter XL. Early Marriage	66
    Discusses love marriages, how they can be made, and the
duty of parents in respect to them.
Chapter XLI. The Marriage Club	71
    Discusses how parents and elders may help the young to
avoid unhappy marriages.
Chapter XLII. Education for Marriage	75
    Maintains that the art of love can be taught, and that
we have the right and the duty to teach it.
Chapter XLIII. The Money Side of Marriage	79
    Deals with the practical side of the life partnership of
matrimony.
Chapter XLIV. The Defense of Monogamy	83
    Discusses the permanence of love, and why we should
endeavor to preserve it.
Chapter XLV. The Problem of Jealousy	89
    Discusses the question, to what extent one person may
hold another to the pledge of love.
Chapter XLVI. The Problem of Divorce	93
    Defends divorce as a protection to monogamous love, and
one of the means of preventing infidelity and prostitution.
Chapter XLVII. The Restriction of Divorce	97
    Discusses the circumstances under which society has the
right to forbid divorce, or to impose limitations upon it.

PART FOUR: THE BOOK OF SOCIETY

Chapter XLVIII. The Ego and the World	103
    Discusses the beginning of consciousness, in the infant
and in primitive man, and the problem of its adjustment
to life.
Chapter XLVIX. Competition and Co-operation	107
    Discusses the relation of the adult to society, and
the part which selfishness and unselfishness play in the
development of social life.
Chapter L. Aristocracy and Democracy	115
    Discusses the idea of superior classes and races, and
whether there is a natural basis for such a doctrine.
Chapter LI. Ruling Classes	119
    Deals with authority in human society, how it is obtained,
and what sanction it can claim.
Chapter LII. The Process of Social Evolution	122
    Discusses the series of changes through which human
society has passed.
Chapter LIII. Industrial Evolution	126
    Examines the process of evolution in industry and the
stage which it has so far reached.
Chapter LIV. The Class Struggle	132
    Discusses history as a battle-ground between ruling and
subject classes, and the method and outcome of this
struggle.
Chapter LV. The Capitalist System	136
    Shows how wealth is produced in modern society, and
the effect of this system upon the minds of the workers.
Chapter LVI. The Capitalist Process	142
    How profits are made under the present industrial
system and what becomes of them.
Chapter LVII. Hard Times	145
    Explains why capitalist prosperity is a spasmodic thing,
and why abundant production brings distress instead of
plenty.
Chapter LVIII. The Iron Ring	148
    Analyzes further the profit system, which strangles production,
and makes true prosperity impossible.
Chapter LIX. Foreign Markets	151
    Considers the efforts of capitalism to save itself by marketing
its surplus products abroad, and what results from
these efforts.
Chapter LX. Capitalist War	155
    Shows how the competition for foreign markets leads
nations automatically into war.
Chapter LXI. The Possibilities of Production	158
    Shows how much wealth we could produce if we tried
and how we proved it when we had to.
Chapter LXII. The Cost of Competition	162
    Discusses the losses of friction in our productive machine,
those which are obvious and those which are
hidden.
Chapter LXIII. Socialism and Syndicalism	166
    Discusses the idea of the management of industry by the
state, and the idea of its management by the trade unions.
Chapter LXIV. Communism and Anarchism	170
    Considers the idea of goods owned in common, and the
idea of a society without compulsion, and how these
ideas have fared in Russia.
Chapter LXV. Social Revolution	175
    How the great change is coming in different industries,
and how we may prepare to meet it.
Chapter LXVI. Confiscation Or Compensation	179
    Shall the workers buy out the capitalists? Can they
afford to do it, and what will be the price?
Chapter LXVII. Expropriating the Expropriators	183
    Discusses the dictatorship of the proletariat, and its
chances for success in the United States.
Chapter LXVIII. The Problem of the Land	188
    Discusses the land values tax as a means of social readjustment,
and compares it with other programs.
Chapter LXIX. The Control of Credit	192
    Deals with money, the part it plays in the restriction of
industry, and may play in the freeing of industry.
Chapter LXX. The Control of Industry	198
    Discusses various programs for the change from industrial
autocracy to industrial democracy.
Chapter LXXI. The New World	202
    Describes the co-operative commonwealth, beginning
with its money aspects; the standard wage and its variations.
Chapter LXXII. Agricultural Production	206
    Discusses the land in the new world, and how we foster
co-operative farming and co-operative homes.
Chapter LXXIII. Intellectual Production	210
    Discusses scientific, artistic, and religious activities, as
a superstructure built upon the foundation of the standard
wage.
Chapter LXXIV. Mankind Remade	215
    Discusses human nature and its weaknesses, and what
happens to these in the new world.


INDEX VOL. I

Adultery, 33
Adventist, 99
Agriculture, 25
Alcohol, 151
Anti-bodies, 188
Antinomies, 58
Appendix, 186
Arnold, 42
Arrhenius, 101
Automatic writing, 67

Bairnsfather, 29
Bathing, 162
Battle Creek Sanitarium, 118
Beauchamp, 70, 85, 89
Beethoven, 47
Bergson, 17
Beri-beri, 128
Bible, 77
Bio-chemist, 59
Black bread, 128
Blood, 106
Body, 53, 105
Booth, 58
Bourne, 69
Bruce, 71
Bury, 15

Caffein, 150
Calories, 135
Candy, 137
Capitalist, 100
Carbohydrates, 124
Carbon monoxide, 157
Children, 140, 180
Chiropractors, 174, 184
Chittenden, 136
Christian Scientists, 5, 65, 105
Clothing, 160
Coffee, 151
Colds, 183
Commandments, 32
Communist, 99
Complete fast, 172
Comstock, 25
Conduct, 42
Consciousness, 56
Constipation, 185
Cooking, 129, 142
Crawford, 88
Cyrus, 164

Dandruff, 109
Dante, 77
Darwin, 17, 46
Dentistry, 126, 190
Determinists, 57
Diet, 131
Diet Standards, 135
Digestion, 145
Diphtheria, 188
Diseases, 107, 117
Dogs, 17
Draft, 182
Drugs, 118, 150, 185, 189
Dubb, 63
Duncan, 102
Dyspepsia, 117

Eddy, 65
Edison, 45, 86
Einstein, 101
Elberfeld horses, 68
Evolution, 8, 17
Exercise, 163

Faith, 9
Faith curists, 65
Fast cure, 171
Fatness, 139
Fats, 124
Fever, 108
Fireless cooker, 142
Fireplace, 157
Fisher, 136
Fletcher, 119, 145
Food filter, 145
Fourth dimension, 5
Free thinker, 15
Freud, 71
Fruit fast, 175
Frugality, 38
Frying-pan, 129
Furnace, 157

Gargles, 184
Gastronomic art, 148
Genius, 49, 60
George, 18
Germs, 183
God, 22, 50
Goethe, 47
Golden rule, 51
Greens, 132
Gymnastic work, 166

Hair, 109
Hallucinations, 75
Hamlet, 48
Happiness, 9
Harrison, 6
Hats, 110
Headache, 122, 150, 184
Health cranks, 182
Heart, 108
Houdin, 93
Hugo, 48
Huxley, 17, 62
Hyslop, 82

Iceberg, 61
Infanticide, 28
Instincts, 134
Intelligence, 22
Immortality, 79
Irwin, Will, 86

James, 30, 59, 60
Jesus, 47, 48, 50, 51, 76
John Barleycorn, 152
Johnson, 58
Jonson, 44

Kant, Immanuel, 4, 47, 51, 58
Kellogg, Doctor, 118, 164, 186
Kilmer, Joyce, 44
Knowledge, 94
Kropotkin, 18, 26

Langley, 74
Lankester, Prof. E. Ray, 23
Laxatives, 175, 185
Leanness, 139
Leonardo, 47
Liébault, 64
Life, 3
Lily Dale, 86, 90
Lincoln, 47
Locomotor ataxia, 180
Lodge, Sir Oliver, 83
Lodge, Raymond, 87
London, Jack, 152

Macaulay, 39
MacDowell, Edward, 56
MacFadden, 178, 186
MacSwiney, 170
Maeterlinck, Maurice, 68
Malaria, 189
Malthusian law, 25
Marquesans, 113
Materializations, 88
Matter, 3
Meal-hour, 147
Measurement of Intelligence, Terman's, 95
Meat, 121
Medical science, 105
Mesmer, 63
Messina earthquake, 170
Metaphysics, 4
Metchnikoff, 138
Milk diet, 128
Moderation, 39
Monism, 3
Morality, 21, 31, 34, 50
Morgan, 45
Mormon, 99
Mozart, 68
Multiple personality, 69
Mutation, 17
Myers, 49

Nature, 21, 24, 29
Nature cure, 160
Nature Woman, 176
Neighbor, 50
Newcomb, Simon, 101
Newton, 47
New York Times, 169
Nicotine, 154
Nietzsche, 17
Novels, 164
Nutrition of Man, 136

Oil stoves, 158
Opsonins, 112
Optimism, 42
Osteopaths, 184
Ouija, 67
Overeating, 134
Oxygen, 156

Patrick, Dr., 167
Pavlov, 148
Phantasms, 75
Phillips, David Graham, 180
Piper, Mrs., 68
Play, 165
Poisons, 146
Pork, 142
Porter, Dr., 178
Positivists, 6
Poverty, 194
Prices of food, 141
Prince, Dr. Morton, 70, 89
Profits of Religion, 78, 99
Proteins, 123
Prunes, 127
Psychology, 96
Psychotherapy, 64
Puritans, 39

Quackenbos, 64
Quinine, 188
Quixote, 48

Raisins, 127
Raw food, 119
Read, Alfred Baker, 28
Reason, 13
Refined foods, 126
Relaxation, 167
Religion, 32
Reincarnation, 76
Rest, 146
Revelation, 12
Rheumatism, 193
Rice, 128
Rockefeller, 45
Roosevelt, Theodore, 25, 45
Rugs, 159
Rupture, 187

Sabbath, 99
Salisbury, 120
Sally, 70, 85
Salt, 143
Meats, salted, 143
Salts, 124
Salvarsan, 189
Savages, 135
Savage, Rev. Minot J., 74
Schrenck-Notzing, 88
Scurvy, 128
Seneca, 98
Shakespeare, 47
Shelley, 45, 48
Sleep, 162
Sleeping sickness, 113, 173
Smokers, 153
Socialism, 167
Sophocles, 87
Sore throat, 183
Spencer, 8
Spinoza, 79
Spirits, 82
Spiritualists, 86
Starch, 122, 124
Stealing, 33
Steam heat, 158
Stimulant, 149
Stock Exchange, 158
Stomach, 105, 138, 148
Style, 161
Subconscious mind, 61
Sunday code, 40
Sugar, 126
Surgery, 186
Survival, 81
Survival of the fittest, 22
Syndicalism, 15
Syphilis, 189

Tanner, Dr., 169
Tariff, 37
Tea, 151
Teeth, 127, 193
Telepathy, 67, 75
Theosophists, 76
Tight shoes, 161
Tobacco, 153
Tolstoi, 49
Tonsilitis, 107
Trance, 63
Tropism, 54
Tuberculosis, 112, 120, 179, 194, 195
Twain, Mark, 93
Typhoid, 112, 188, 192

Uranus, 92
Uric acid, 193

Vaccination, 187, 189
Vaccines, 188
Vegetarian, 121
Vitamines, 127, 142

Wallace, 46
Wells, H. G., 22
Williams, Dr. Henry Smith, 102
Worth, Patience, 84

Yellow fever, 188
Yogis, 90



INDEX VOL. II

Abortion, 61
Abortions, 30
Advertising, 163
Agricultural co-operative, 206
Anarchism, 210
Anarchist, 89, 90
Anarchy, 172
Anglo-Saxon, 62, 111
"Appeal to Reason", 149
Aristocratic doctrine, 116
Armour, 128
Atherton, Gertrude, 87

Babies, 63
Bachelorhood, 52
Bacon, Francis, 51
Banking system, 192
Bankruptcy, 162
Barbarism, 124
Barnum, P. T., 27
Berkman, Alexander, 173
Biology, 103
Birth control, 61, 76
Birth Control Review, 64
Blatchford, Robert, 55, 161
"Blind" love, 58
Bolsheviks, 172
Breach of promise suit, 91
Brothel, 66
Brothels, 31
Burbank, Luther, 99
Business man, 143

Capital, 158
Capitalism, 136, 168
Capitalists, 142
Carnegie, 168
Catholic Church, 213, 216
Celibacy, 51, 52, 64
Chastity, 51
Chattel slavery, 186
Childbirths, 70
Children, 70, 72, 85, 208
Christianity, 115, 133
"Clarion", 31
Class struggle, 133, 177
Clay, Henry, 186
Coleridge, 85
"Collier's Weekly", 122, 163
Committee on Waste, 160
Commune, 129
Communism, 10, 170, 210
Compensation, 179
Competition, 108, 127
Competitive wage system, 148
"Complex", 49
Comstock, Anthony, 20
Confiscation, 179
Congress, 138
Contraception, 61
Co-operation, 109, 199, 200
Coquetry, 38
Corporation, 127
Courtship, 91
Credit, 152, 154, 192, 200
Credit-cards, 202
Crime, 164, 216
Culture, 62
Cutting, H. C., 200

Dances, 15
Debs, Eugene V., 155
Degeneration, 121
"Demi-monde", 80
Democratic doctrine, 115
Dictatorship, 180, 183, 185
Dill, James B., 25
Disarmament, 157
Discouragement, 164
Disease, 217
Divorce, 32, 93, 97
Double standard, 5
"Douglas plan", 199
"Dumping", 152

Economic evolution, 123
Economic man, 108
Emerson, 186
Emulation, 112
Engagements, 72
England, 120, 156, 175
Eugenics, 58
Evolution, 122
Exogamy, 105
Exploitation, 181
Exploiting, 148
Exports, 153

Factory system, 129
Farming, 206
"Favorable balance", 151
Fear, 122, 164
Federal Reserve Act, 154
Feminist, 69
Feudal stage, 124
Fires, 163
Foreign trade, 151
"Free love", 44, 87
"Free lover", 92
France, 175
France, Anatole, 44
Freud, 104

Gens, 9
Germany, 155, 156
Gillette, King C., 200
Goldman, Emma, 173
Gonorrhea, 30
Goode, Mary J., 41
Government, 166
"Graft", 127, 216
"Great Adventure", 188

Hammurabi, 78
"Hamon case", 26
"Hard times", 144
Hardy, 13
Harris, Frank, 21
"High life", 23
Home, 42, 209
Honeymoon, 56
Hoover, Herbert, 160
House of Commons, 137
Huguenots, 134
Human nature, 99
Hunger, 122

Ideals, 132
Imports, 153
Income tax, 143, 188
Industrial evolution, 126
Infant, 103
Infanticide, 61
Inflation, 196
Inheritance tax, 188
"Ingenues", 19
Instinct, 57
Insurance, 163
Intellectual production, 211
"Iron ring", 158
Island, 145
I. W. W., 169

James, William, 16
Jealousy, 89
Jews, 127
v Kautsky, Karl, 210
"King Coal", 139
Kropotkin, 109, 129, 173

Labor, 158
Labor checks, 202
Labor union, 199
Laissez faire, 110
Land tax, 190
Land titles, 179
Land values, 208
Late marriage, 67
Lecky, 6, 33
Leviticus, 78
Liberty motor, 164
London, Jack, 62
Los Angeles Times, 157
Love, 34, 47, 100, 112, 218
Lust, 48
Luther, Martin, 129
Luxury, 60

Machinery, 149
"Magic gestures", 104
Magna Carta, 134
Malthusian law, 108
Markham, Edwin, 139
Marquesas Islands, 33
Marriage, 4
Marriage club, 71
Marriage market, 68
Marx, Karl, 132, 138, 176
Materialistic interpretation, 132
Material production 210
Maternity endowment 79
Meredith, George 43
"Merrie England" 161
Metchnikoff, Elie 33, 46
Mexico 121
Middle class 176, 186
Minor, Robert 173
Mistress 12
Money 37, 192, 202
Money Trust 194
Monogamy 5, 83, 90
Moors 134
Moralists 59
Morgan 128
Mother's pension 79
Moving pictures 17

Negro 218
Negroes 116
Neuroses 105
Neurotics 103
North Dakota 194
North, Luke 188

O'Brien, Frederick 10
Oedipus complex 104
"Open-shop" 177

Panic 154
Parasitism 74
Passion 58
Permanence 87
Piracy 111
Pity 74
Plumb plan 198
Political evolution 123
Political revolution 125
Politics 213
Pornography 20
Postal savings bank 195
Poverty 40
Primitive man 9
Privilege 36
Professor Sumner 122
Profit system 148, 158
"Progressive polygamy" 90
Proletariat 142
Promiscuity 87
Property marriage 44
Prosperity 144
Prostitute 6
Prostitution 4, 31, 41, 217
Proudhon 179
Psycho-analysis 49, 103
Public bank 194
Publishing 212

Quick, Herbert 165

Race prejudice 62
Race problem 218
Racial immaturity 116
Raffeisen bank 200
Reeve, Sidney A. 160
Republic 125
Research 212
"Resurrection" 53
Revolt 134
Ricardo 108
Richardson, Dorothy 26
Ring 148
Robinson, Dr. William, J, 21, 30, 70, 77
Roman Catholic church 90
"Romance" 91
"Romantic" love 55
Roosevelt 61
Rulers 119
Russia 129, 185

Sanger, Margaret 63
School of marriage 75
Selection 8
Sex 8
Sex education 72
Sex impulse 46
Sex problem 218
Sex urge 86
Sex war 81
Shelley 59, 89
"She-towns" 29
Shop management 168
Sienkiewicz 13
Sims, District Attorney 28
Single tax 188
Slavery 10, 126, 136
"Smart set" 24
Smith, Adam 108
Snobbery 61
Socialism, 166
Social revolution, 128, 147, 175
Soviets, 130, 171
"Speeding up", 138
Spencer, Herbert, 122
Spirituality, 64
Sport, 113
Standard wage, 203
Steel Trust, 137
Stopes, Dr. Marie C., 77
Strikes, 162
Syndicalism, 167
Syphilis, 30

Tabu, 9
Tariff, 153
Taxes, 191
Tennyson, 38, 120
"The Brass Check", 31, 137
"The Conquest of Bread", 173
"The Cost of Competition", 160
"The Industrial Republic", 202
"The Jungle", 139
"The Lady", 12
"The Long Day", 26, 29
"The Nature of Man", 33
"The Profits of Religion", 137
"The Social Revolution", 210
"The Strangle Hold", 200
Thompson, A. M., 31
Tolstoi, 53
"Totem and Taboo", 104
"Triangle", 56

Unconscious, 105
Unemployment, 147

"Vamps", 19
Vanity, 219
Varietism, 85
Venereal disease, 30, 67, 83
Voltaire, 36
Voluntary Parenthood League, 64
War, 162
Wars, 155
Waste, 165
Wells, H. G., 89
Wharton, Edith, 95
"Wild oats", 6
White man's burden, 117
White, William Allen, 17
Worker, 140
Workers, 176
Working class, 140
Woman, 12

"Young love", 56, 73





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