Some essays published earlier as pamphlets

The recent hike in petrol prices should be welcomed rather than criticized. Most people are able to afford cars not only because they are cheaper compared to say Thailand but also because petrol prices are relatively low. The increase in petrol prices by 30 cents a liter however, appears to have little impact in reducing traffic in major cities. Perhaps, the government should increase further the price of petrol to discourage people from spending idle time on the roads.

Frederick Engels, Ernest Untermann, eds.

Particularly, in some Asia countries such as Viet Nam, the local authorities ... government should make an investment in the traffic facilties, namely, the publc transport need improving to become more modern and convenient.


Samuel Moore, Edward Aveling, trans.

Kahane, trans.Foreword by Friedrich A.

To solve this problem, the government should encourage people to use public transport or vehicles with small size such as bicycles or make tax on private vehicles.


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