Economic Views during the new Industrial Age
There were several different opinions on how the country would best survive, and a few were represented by Lester F. Ward, Henry George, and Edward Bellamy. With their drastically different opinions, each believed that society would best exist with their theories in mind. While Lester F. Ward believed in very limited government intervention, Henry George believed the opposite, and Edward Bellamy felt that with his plan put into effect, there would be no issue of government involvement at all.
Lester F. Ward was a Darwinist who expressed in his book Dynamic Sociology that he did not neces…
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