The Economic Theory of George Bernard Shaw

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

A. WORKS OF GEORGE BERNARD SHAW1
(Dates of original publication or production in parentheses)
The Adventures of the Black Girl in her Search for God, London, 1932.
Androcles and the Lion, (1912) New York, 1916.
The Apple Cart, New York, 1931.
Back to Methuselah, ( 1921) New York, 1922.
The Complete Plays of Bernard Shaw, London, 1931.
Annajanska, the Bolshevik Empress ( 1917).
Augustus does his Bit ( 1917).
The Inca of Perusalem ( 1919).
O'Flaherty V. C., ( 1920)See also "'O'Flaherty, V. C.,' Bernard Shaw's Suppressed Play," in Current Opinion, 61 :103, Aug., 1916.
Do We Agree? A Debate with G. K. Chesterton. Hartford, Conn., 1928.
The Doctor's Dilemma (1906), New York, 1915.
Ellen Terry and Bernard Shaw: A Correspodence, New York, 1931.
Essays in Fabian Socialism, London, 1932.
The Common Sense of Municipal Trading ( 1904).
The Economic Basis of Socialism ( 1889).
"Fabian Essays Forty Years Later--What They Overlooked," Preface to the 1931 Reprint.
"Fabian Essays Twenty Years Later," Preface to the 1908 Reprint.
The Fabian Society ( 1892).
The Impossibilities of Anarchism ( 1891).
Socialism and Superior Brains ( 1894- 1909).
Socialism for Millionaires ( 1896).
The Transition to Social Democracy ( 1889).
Fabian Essays in Socialism, London, 1931.
The Economic Basis of Socialism (1889).
The Transition to Social Democracy ( 1889).
The Future of Political Science in America, New York, 1933.
Heartbreak House ( 1917).
"In the Days of My Youth," The Living Age, 322 :323-326, Aug. 16, 1924.
The Intelligent Woman's Guide to Socialism and Capitalism, New York, 1928.
John Bull's Other Island, ( 1904) New York, 1913.
Major Barbara, ( 1905) London, 1921.
Man and Superman, ( 1903) Leipzig, 1913.
Misalliance, ( 1910) Leipzig, 1921.
"Mr. Shaw and Mr. Mussolini," The Living Age, 333 :965-973, Dec. 1, 1927.
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For a more complete bibliography of Shaw's writings and the literature concerning him, see A Dictionary to the Plays and Novels of Bernard Shaw, by C. Lewis Broad and Violet M. Broad, London, 1929.

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  • Title Page i
  • Foreword iii
  • Table of Contents v
  • Chapter I - Biographical: Pre-Socialist Years 1
  • Chapter II - Biographical: Socialism 8
  • Chapter III - Shaw and the National Dividend 18
  • Chapter IV - Capital and Interest 35
  • Chapter V - Shaw's Rent 43
  • Chapter VI - Money and Banking 49
  • Chapter VII - Shaw's Socialist State 52
  • Chapter VIII Shaw's War Record 68
  • Chapter IX - An Appraisal 74
  • Bibliography 76
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