A Few Words on Non-Intervention (Illustrated) by John Mill

A Few Words on Non-Intervention (Illustrated)

byJohn Mill

Kobo ebook | October 19, 2014

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In the essay, A Few Words on Non-Intervention, John Mill argued that with "barbarians" there is no hope for "reciprocity", an international fundamental. Barbarians are to benefit from civilized interveners by citing Roman conquests of Gaul, Spain, Numidia and Dacia.

He said un-civilized countries “have no rights as a nation, except a right to such treatment as may, at the earliest possible period, fit them for becoming one. The only moral laws for the relation between a civilized and a barbarous government, are the universal rules of morality between man and man.”

Similar arguments can be found today in theory on intervention in failed countries.

John Mill is known as one of the founders of economics. For the readers who need to learn Mill’s view on interventionism in full text of 1859 Edition, this is the right book for them.

This is also a must-read book for people who are interested in the deepest thoughts of the relationship between economics and interventionism by John Mill, one of the greatest economists on the planet.


Title:A Few Words on Non-Intervention (Illustrated)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:October 19, 2014Publisher:AS TeamLanguage:English

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