This volume examines the ideas of the late Sir Oswald Mosley: British politician and philosopher who became the youngest Member of Parliament and the only Minister ever to resign from office over the question of unemployment. Mosley spent a lifetime advocating systems based upon enterprise, initiative and incentive as the best way to create wealth. He also always stressed the necessity for social controls to ensure the bounds of fairness were not breached, and he opposed large-scale international trade which he believed led to mass unemployment in the West as financiers switched investment to cheap-labour countries.
Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd
Number of pages: 320
Edition: Illustrated edition
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