How We Live and How We Might Live was a lecture delivered to the Hammersmith Branch of the Socialist Democratic Federation (S.D.F.) at Kelmscott House, on November 30th, 1884. It was first printed in Commonweal, 1887.
"Morris sees capitalist society as based on war—between nations, between rival capitalists, against colonial peoples and between classes. Only the victory of Socialist revolution can end all these wars." — A. L. Morton.
How We Live and How We Might Live was was reprinted in The Collected Works of William Morris, XXIII, 3-26, William Morris: selected Writings, Cole, 565-87 and Political Writings of William Morris, ed. A. L. Morton, 134-158.
How We Live and How We Might Live was transcribed from the Political Writings of William Morris by Chris Croome for the William Morris Internet Archive, a subarchive of the Marxists Internet Archive, in November 1997.
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