3 edition of John Bellers, 1654-1725 found in the catalog.
John Bellers, 1654-1725
by Cassell and company, ltd in London, Toronto (etc.)
|Statement||His writings reprinted, with a memoir by A. Ruth Fry.|
|Contributions||Fry, Anna Ruth, 1878-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 174 p. :|
|Number of Pages||174|
|LC Control Number||36003822|
John Bellers (), a second-generation Quaker, was the author of a number of writings, most of them proposing specific social reforms: employment for the poor, a council of European states, maintenance of per. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.
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Life. Bellers was born in London, the son of the Quaker Francis Bellers and Mary Read. Unable to attend University or join a profession as a result of his religion, John was educated as an apprentice cloth merchant. He rapidly became active in Meetings and in the Quaker community as a whole, purchas acres (40 km 2) of land in Pennsylvania in for Hugenot refugees for.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. John Bellers (Bellers, John, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Bellers, John, Proposals for Raising a Colledge of Industry of All Useful Trades and Husbandry, With Profit for the Rich, a Plentiful Living for the Poor, and a Good Education for Youth (retyped from a edition) (multiple formats at ).
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Such a person is John Bellers (–), and as Vail Palmer points out, only two leaders of Quakerism in the early years the movement are known beyond its religious appraisals: William Penn and John Bellers.
Interestingly, however, the contribution of Bellers is better known among Marxist historians and socialism theorists than among. "John Bellers (): 'A Veritable Phenomenon in the History of Political Economy'." Pages in Quakers, Business and Corporate Responsibility—Lessons and Cases for Responsible Management, edited by Nicholas Burton and.
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Ruth Fry. by John (). Ruth Fry Bellers | 1 Jan Hardcover. John Bellers,was an English Quaker economist whose ideas on job creation for unemployed Englishmen and women inspired Quakers of the 18th and 19th Century, and also inspired Social Democrat Eduard Bernstein.
Bellers even impressed Karl Marx. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bellers, John, John Bellers, London, Toronto [etc.] Cassell and Co.
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8, English economist. One of the early Utopian socialists, Bellers was characterized by K. Marx as “a veritable phenomenon in the history of Political Economy” (K.
Marx and F. Engels, Soch., 2nd ed., vol. 23, p.notes). He came close to the theory of surplus value with his assertion that the workers.
John Bellers () was an influential Quaker in late Stuart England. Among his close friends was William Penn, the founder of the State of Pennsylvania. Like Chamberlen and in every way as prolific in his ideas, Bellers published many proposals for the public good.
In. •John Bellers (): plan for a national health service •Lemuel Shattuck (): pioneer of prevention in USA •Edwin Chadwick (): technical and hygienic measures aginst ill health •Otto Bismarck (): Mandatory health insurance. Buy Essays About the Poor by Bellers, John online on at best prices.
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(Alfred Raymond), (1 title) Bellings, Richard, (1 title) Bellis, J. (1 title) Bello, Muḥammad, Sultan of Sokoto. English Quaker John Bellers ( ) was the first social thinker to advance universal healthcare as a public policy.
He based his case on the enhanced level of well-being and economic efficiency that would result from an improved level of health across the entire society.John Bellers () was a Quaker cloth merchant of London who around began to carry on philanthropic work.4 It seems likely that this work started him on his projects for improving the lives of the poor.
To this end he put forward a number of proposals verbally and in books. The best known of these writings is his Proposals for Raising.John Bellers (–) was an English educational theorist and Quaker, author of Proposals for Raising a College of Industry of All Useful Trades and Husbandry ().