- What Socialism Is.
- South Australian Branch Fabian Society's Tracts. No.1
- Adelaide, c1891?, 4 pp
This tract argues that the effects of 'unsocialism' is great inequality and that there is no remedy without political change. It argues that propertied class has a monpoly over education, machinery, and land, and that socialism is required to deal with this monopoly. The pamphlet then sets out the position of the Fabian Society, in particular the emancipation of land and industrial capital.