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'''George Douglas Howard Cole''', known primarily as '''G. D. H. Cole''', was an author, prominent [[Fabian socialist]], and advocate of what is sometimes regarded as libertarian socialism.
 
'''George Douglas Howard Cole''', known primarily as '''G. D. H. Cole''', was an author, prominent [[Fabian socialist]], and advocate of what is sometimes regarded as libertarian socialism.
  
One of Cole's first works was a translation of [[Jean Jacques Rousseau]]'s book ''The Social Contract'' into English.
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One of Cole's first works was a translation of [[Jean Jacques Rousseau]]'s book ''The Social Contract'' into English.<ref>[https://books.google.com/books?id=yeFRAQAAIAAJ&pg=PA113 Radical Theories: Paths Beyond Marxism and Social Democracy]</ref>
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
* [[George Bernard Shaw]]
 
* [[George Bernard Shaw]]
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 15:09, 11 June 2017

George Douglas Howard Cole, known primarily as G. D. H. Cole, was an author, prominent Fabian socialist, and advocate of what is sometimes regarded as libertarian socialism.

One of Cole's first works was a translation of Jean Jacques Rousseau's book The Social Contract into English.[1]

See also

References