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  • Equal Exchange of Labor," New York Sentinel and Working Man's Advocate, 1, 44 (July 17, 1830), 1. ...informant tells us, in the city of Cincinnati—viz: the Equal Exchange of Labor.
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  • For the Free Examiner. OF THE EQUAL EXCHANGE OF LABOR IN THE WEST.
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  • ...s work has to do primarily with how we view the conditions around us: look for the Revolution immanent in all our activities and institutions, and then ad ...nd that the negation of property is necessary for the abolition of misery, for the emancipation of the proletariat. It is by its fruits that one must judg
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  • ...o-operate together, before any great good could be effected—they took it for granted that antagonism grew out of the Individuality of interests and that ...saved. On this ground, ten thousand dollars would not, in some cases, pay for the medicine—but this is so false, so iniquitous, that civilized Cannibal
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  • [[Samuel Leavitt]]. '''"A Fair Exchange No Robbery."''' ''The Phrenological Journal and Science of Health. 61, 6 (D "A FAIR EXCHANGE NO ROBBERY"
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  • ...a weaver, a group of inquirers after truth were wont to assemble bi-weekly for the discussion of "Communism vs. Individualism." There were generally prese ...ty and competition," and means it. For the one he prescribes "take it" and for the other "suppress it." That is very frank.
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  • ...he considers these concessions weapons of personal defense in the struggle for existence. The anarchist wishes to live his life, as much as possible—mor ...decisions of a majority or the wishes of an elite. The anarchist combats, for the same reasons, the teaching furnished by the State and that dispensed by
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  • A New Banking System: The Needful Capital for Rebuilding the Burnt District one thousand dollars for every male and female person,
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  • * Joshua King Ingalls, “A Practical Movement for Transition,” ''The Spirit of the Age'' 2, no. 13 (March 30, 1850): 202-20 For the Spirit of the Age.
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  • ...es and cobs, etc., each has its standard, but no one breed can he standard for all breeds. Standard must deal with the particular, not with the general, w ...thing to test or gauge all other things, but innumerable special standards for the innumerable dissimilar things.
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  • ...l day long and handing over great heaps of the precious metals and stones, for just enough to get something to eat, some sort of a shelter and clothes eno ...ty of working for the owners of the island, that they vied with each other for the few opportunities existing; and always there were some who could not fi
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  • ...land. Horace Greeley became its sponsor in the press and Brook farm gained for it a place in American literature. ...mmitted more murders, tortures, and crimes in struggles against each other for the privilege of governing than society would or could have suffered in the
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  • * '''Josiah Warren, “[[Labor the Only Ground of Price]],” ''The Index'' 5, no. 231 (May 28, 1874): 260 * '''Josiah Warren, “[[To the Friends of the Equal Exchange of Labor in the West]],” ''The Free Enquirer'' 23, no. 38 (July 17, 1830): 301-302
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  • ...cks, ambitious place-hunters, etc., say they are able to benefit labor, if labor will only follow their useless advice. All this does not lessen the misery ...roduce heaps of Blue Books, and give an opportunity to the politicians and labor leaders, “to show themselves off.” And that is about all. If the worker
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  • ...e mass of the groups, who will appear an hour later, and the post-Antienne for those who rise last. The tables will be renewed at each of the three acts; ...e news of the night or by other incidents subsequent to the holding of the Exchange. At the Antienne in such cases, sudden measures are agreed upon.
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  • ...ery kind; it is not greater freedom for the criminal,' but greater freedom for the non-criminal, that they aim to secure; and by the abolition of governme ...ciety in which the non-invasive individual is not coerced into cooperation for the defense of his neighbors, and in which each enjoys the highest degree o
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  • ...world as well, and anyone who is possessed by the modern scientific mania for Monism can easily follow out the line to the vanishing point of human knowl ...hism in the development of the amoeba, while a fledgling engineer searched for it in mathematical quantities.
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  • ...s, as we see it has so far failed, to “substitute the industrial régime for the military,” is not that because the improvement of habits is by no mea ..., and bald, until even friendly critics thought he would have been clearer for taking less pains to be clear.
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  • AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND LABOR MOVEMENTS THE labor movement in Australasia is extremely complex, and very much confusion of id
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  • * William Henry Channing, “[[Prospectus for Volume II. of the Present]],” The Present 1, no. 7-8 (January 15, 1844): * François Coignet, “[[The Ways and Means of Free Exchange and Credit.]],” The Spirit of the Age 1, no. 6 (August 11, 1849): 81-82.
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  • ...ry nearly akin to despair. He does not appear to have found as yet a faith for him- {{p|359}} -self, and his writings have almost invariably a skeptical t ...thic principle, and that he cures their diseases by exaggerating them; but for ourselves we must say that we have found him anything but a skilful physici
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  • CAPITAL AND LABOR. ...nd the time for its solution can not be far distant. The true relations of labor and capital must be understood and adopted ere long, or the most disastrous
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  • {{small-caps|Here}} is philosophy and solace for the souls it will content:— :And, for acting, only dreamest;
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  • * Josiah Warren, "Time System for Labor Exchange," ''Western Tiller'' (5 articles) Sept/Oct 1828. [CINCI] * J. W., "[[To the Friends of the Equal Exchange of Labor in the West]]," ''Free Enquirer'', 2 (July 17, 1830), 301-2. [http://libert
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  • * '''J. K. Ingalls, "[[Motives for Reform]]," ''The Univercoelum'', 2, 25 (November 18, 1848) 392. [citation d * '''Joshua King Ingalls, “[[A Review of Labor and Other Capital|A Review: Labor and Other Capital]],” ''Univercoelum and Spiritual Philosopher'' 3, no. 2
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  • * Josiah Warren, "Time System for Labor Exchange," ''Western Tiller'' (5 articles) Sept/Oct 1828. [CINCI] * '''Josiah Warren, “[[To the Friends of the Equal Exchange of Labor in the West]],” ''The Free Enquirer'' 23, no. 38 (July 17, 1830): 301-302
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  • Under the auspices of the Society for Economic Inquiry, Feb. 19, 1891. ...ich necessarily gives the holders of this favored kind a monopoly over all exchange, and with which they may tax industry as near the verge of extinction as th
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  • ...y some mutually satisfactory method—the amount of exchangeable wealth in labor products possessed by them. The same being placed on a record, publicly pub ...et in convention, issue a call to the inventers to invent a paper suitable for currency,—waterproof, fireproof, acidproof, untearable, non-counterfeitab
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  • For the Free Enquirer. ...ights. I am thoroughly satisfied, that if the direct exchange of labor for labor were generally put into practice, the means of obtaining the necessaries an
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  • ...le as silver, which was then more valuable than gold. They were receivable for duties on imported goods. The greenback, although a legal tender in the pay ...is when circulation is active and abundant that the foundation is laid up for the reckless running in debt which begets disaster. When money is plenty it
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  • ...est and profit, was a committed reformer, and some of the venom in Liberty for the free religionists comes from Tucker's sense that his successors had not ...future ''[[Liberty (1881-1907)|Liberty]]'' contributors, or [[New England Labor Reform League]] members. Josiah Warren and [[Charles T. Fowler]] are easy t
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  • == DECLARATION OF SENTIMENTS OF THE NEW-ENGLAND LABOR-REFORM LEAGUE.<ref>Approved by the Executive Committee, to be submitted to ...ice of comfort required to produce it, and right to property with value in exchange, are limited by moral law to the amount of service invested.
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  • ...sions to convey his thoughts to others, -- to such a one it appears matter for regret and confusion of spirit that the phrase "Direct Action" has suddenly ...Progress plays on those who think themselves able to set metes and bounds for it. Over and over again, names, phrases, mottoes, watchwords, have been tur
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  • For this reason his works have often gone where his ...lity. Indeed there were some of us who wondered when he died, what certain labor leaders would
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  • ...tention, to embroil citizens in partisan quarrels, and furnish new offices for the spoils-hunter. The people pay the bills and the statesman remains. ...riest, intent on saving souls, and setting less value on temporal things—for others—says it is abolition of marriage, atheism, and draws a frightful p
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  • ...necessary definitions thus attained here follow, together with the grounds for their adoption. ...e science which treats of Wealth, the laws of its Consumption, Production, Exchange, and Distribution.
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  • ..., the enigma religion, is explicated; the philosophical problem, which has for object the value and legitimacy of knowledge, is resolved: there remains th ...have said, the last phase of the social constitution, the object of a new labor, of which this one aims to provide a glimpse of the design and to posit the
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  • ::The sacred bands which have for ages rolled ::Grim Labor turns to face its ancient foes
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  • Equal Exchange of Labor," New York Sentinel and Working Man's Advocate, 1, 44 (July 17, 1830), 1. ...informant tells us, in the city of Cincinnati—viz: the Equal Exchange of Labor.
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  • ...ice is given; books are opened for subscription; and individuals subscribe for as many shares as they desire, and are able to take. The subscribers are ca ...a blow aimed at liberty and equality; for competition is but another name for that liberty and equality which ought to exist in every manufacturing and c
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  • ...ice is given; books are opened for subscription; and individuals subscribe for as many shares as they desire, and are able to take. The subscribers are ca ...ks are opened for subscription; that is, every one is allowed to subscribe for as many shares as he wishes. The subscribers are called stockholders, and t
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  • # Capital and Labor - - No. 1 by OMEGA. Wednesday 12 September 1849 - Deals with Transcendental # Capital and Labor - - No. 2 by OMEGA. Wednesday 19 September 1849 - Deals with pantheism and
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  • FOR THE INVESTIGATOR Having had the experience for the last two and a half years, in a community of common property, which has
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  • ...ify their desires with the least exertion, can be as universally verified. For it is a wellestablished fact in physics that motion follows the line of lea ...he facts are: First, that each person desires the largest possible freedom for himself, and second, seeks to gratify that desire with the least exertion;
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  • ...ist ideal will bring me more satisfaction than an adherence to, or working for, any other ideal would bring me. But every one should be able and willing to give a reason for the “faith that is within him,” and I will try and do so.
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  • ...y new sense of the term. Always there had been a problem easy of solution. Labor and capital alike were under the law of supply and demand. The problem sett ...gie wins, the union fellows go out and non-union men go in. Why more sorry for union than non-union? They are all human beings, equally naked and equally
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  • ...owing his philanthropic impulses without endeavoring to find a good reason for his actions. His friend, Rev. Ernest Beverly, was his opposite; his was a l ...we could,' that does not say it is right. And charity is a poor substitute for justice, you know. But I must be going as I have some calls to make. I woul
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  • ...c in the city of Brotherly Love, and people are fast making up their minds for or against it. ...cipated. Fortunately it has the talent and the inherent strength necessary for the emergency.
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  • worst and most despotic, could slay a man for being a rebellion; for never could it be that in the twentieth
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  • ...t to demonstrate them. Therefore, I would crave your indulgence in advance for many seemingly unwarranted assertions which I may make. ...conomy, the idea of land and capital (inanimate objects) receiving payment for their share in production, would seem absurd. But to us it seems eminently
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  • A BASIS FOR ...lf has become unchristianized. Its ministers, as usual, are the apologists for social wrongs and religious tyranny.
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  • ...may be specially licensed and substituted for them) to extort, in exchange for them, more of other men's property than the coins (or their substitutes) ar ...f its own that we are enabled to measure the weight of other things by it. For a like reason, unless gold and silver coins have fixed and definite — or,
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  • ...beat his competitors. No human being besides himself is benefited by his 'labor.'" Just then the whistle blew and the men went into the building. ...orted them, made copious notes, and sent for his stenographer. He dictated for an hour or so, and was called out to look at something which required his a
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  • ...rophecy of the soul is for perfect happiness, for harmonious co-operation, for communion of entire love. Are we so weak in faith, as to believe, that our ...inevitable issue, remorse, shame, fear, horror ? To allow ? ay ! to cause. For from him, the First, originated the ultimates of existence. Is he not the c
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  • ''Editor Irish World:''—However interesting for the moment may be the questions as to whether Messrs. Parnell and Davitt a ...let us, first ascertain what this phrase really means. Does it mean land for the whole people? Then who would want to rent or let? Does it mean ownersh
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  • <small>For the Public.</small> ...pig worth a pound and potatoes worth a pound. The land owner takes the pig for rent and leaves the potatoes. See?"
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  • for they say, and do not. For they bind heavy burdens, and Pharisees, hypocrites ! for ye devour widows' houses,
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  • ...roportions the Bpirit of brotherhood, hopes of equal destiny, and longings for oneness with Humanity and God. Freedom—Law —Love—into what a mighty O ...gressive expansion of this spirit. Gradually, by royal bounty or struggles for power, by party manouvres or economical necessities, was raised to the peer
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  • Our "labor troubles" have now grown to the dimensions of a deadly industrial war, wher ...n acknowledged right of property in the increase of wealth produced by his labor, than had the slave or serf. They were guaranteed support and protection an
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  • INJUSTICE OF OUR LABOR SYSTEM ...entitled to exactly that proportion of the world’s wealth which his own labor produces. I hold the second of these propositions to be self-evident, and t
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  • ...those rough American workers that education in a free society renders fit for the most diverse occupations. Raised as a trapper in the forests of the wes ...eeling for his duties toward society, he wanted, above all things, to work for the good of his compatriots, to do his part in the great work of improvemen
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  • ...g. There is something exceedingly touching in this unquenchable enthusiasm for his idea manifested by the good old man, while the flame of life was flicke <div align=right>[For {{Small-caps|The Index}}.]</div>
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  • Joshua King Ingalls, "Labor, Wages, And Capital. Division Of Profits Scientifically Considered," Britta LABOR, WAGES, AND CAPITAL:
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  • Josiah Warren. "Labor the Only Ground of Price." ''The Index''. 5 (May 28, 1874), 260-1. LABOR THE ONLY GROUND OF PRICE.
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  • ...ciation and the members of the commission of the Union have been condemned for having acted with a political aim. ...another with the aim of obtaining an assured clientele and instruments of labor, and in order to come to the aid of children, the elderly, the sick and the
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  • ...tead Strike]]'', which it resembles in a variety of ways, it was a vehicle for promoting the equitable commerce philosophy of [[Josiah Warren]]. “Every man’s brains are God-given for his own benefit.”
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  • ...the later writings on "transition." The practical result was the proposal for a "mutualist township"—multiple proposals, actually, as Albert Brisbane a ...ause capacities, rights, and duties, are co-extensive. The is no necessity for pleading the right of the beast to be taught reading and writing, he has no
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  • ...the period of re-organization, after which little hope can be entertained for the purification of the elements, until another cycles shall have been made ...hile mediation is therefore of great importance, it is not of the highest; for with, or without mediation, the combination will be formed. It is not so ce
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  • Q. But it is the representatives appointed by all the citizens who vote for that taxation? ...iplying by twenty that of salt. The consumer, forced to buy all the things for life at prices three, five or twenty times more expensive than their real v
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  • "Among the revolutionists, martyred for their ideals, Mateo Morral, in the course of the year 1906, gained a worthy ...he irrational, he set an example by flinging down his own life in exchange for the life of Alfonso XIII., the personification of the Spanish monarchy and
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  • For the Boston Investigator. ...e power of self-ownership, self-employment, and the whole product of their labor.
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  • ...n. Finding a direct line of descent and transmission of ideas is valuable, for a variety of reasons. If nothing else, it gives us one fairly strong thread ...ay is that the status of those things keeps changing. One of the questions for a mutualist historian is whether or not mutualists change as well.
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  • ...oduct. How are products exchanged? By virtue of the principles of “equal exchange” and the “equivalence of functions.” On this point, doesn’t mutuali
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  • ...tunity to barter their "free citizenship in the greatest country on earth" for the abject service of man-killing on foreign soils at the rate of $15.60 pe ...our present economic order, should at the same time affirm our aspirations for a future organization. Hence the word Communism naturally came to be couple
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  • ...tters, like the Jews; (2) I see that Dyer Lum, in Liberty, has some praise for the cooperative system of the Mormon church, but there is no genuine cooper ...seek remunerative markets for home products; to foster Capital and protect Labor, uniting them as friends rather than dividing them as enemies; to encourage
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  • ...warrior was permitted to cultivate the same field two years in succession, for fear that he should attach himself to it, and consider it as his own privat ...me by a common right, and seated themselves at the great national banquet! For, though the tribe of Levi existed under a peculiar organization, yet the Le
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  • FOR PERMISSION TO it is impossible for them, under the present organization of the
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  • Plank 12 of the platform adopted by the American Federation of Labor at its last annual convention, held in the city of Denver, reads as follows ...re a money which shall be free from interest, if such a thing can be done, for it is mainly through the power of interest that the rich are able to draw t
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  • ...nd the correctness of the plans he adopts, is the utility which he effects for a long line of posterity. ...ubtless, then be a people, to whom the nations of the earth may look up “for every thing respectable and honorable.” Looking into the history of other
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  • #* '''04.2 — Division of Labor and Machines''' (pamphlet), #* 06.3 — Bank of exchange
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  • For the Boston Investigator. ...ore mobs there will be. But what is to be done? Ah! That is the question—for the present moment the least violent restraints that are effectual seem the
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  • ..." his subjects the "right" to a title to land on which a certain amount of labor has been expended, the subject accepts the grant without realizing that his ...eated. Where before he was satisfied with the catch and did not care a rap for any rights to it, he now conceives that after the king has asserted a "righ
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  • ...tle in Ohio for more money,—by which is here meant the political canvass for the year 1875,—in which the whole country participated, is still worthy o ...try with a depreciated currency, as predicted by its opposers. As a system for furnishing a permanent currency, either good or bad, it would have fallen u
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  • ...er. Still fewer have the courage and the opportunity to consistently fight for her. Her battle, then, is her own to wage and win. She accepts it fearlessl ...increase, and, through interest, rent, profit, and taxes, robs industrious labor of its products.
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  • ...e the spirits which they should refresh. But still these usages, in which, for moments at least, religion and enjoyment forget their constrained divorce a ...the sands sparkle in the sun. Our habit of yearly gifts, making allowance for the intermingling of selfish vanities and jealousies, is one of the most vi
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  • Money is a labor-saving system of book-keeping. It is a convenient modus of keeping account ...r is exchange of commodity for credit, and, if the credit take form,—as, for instance, the form of certificates insured by a bank,—money.
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  • ...a machine at Manchester; and this girl as much as the engineer who made a labor-saving improvement in our machinery, flow can we pretend to estimate Lhe ex ...of the concern, and I left him full independence—maintaining, of course, for myself the general supervision."" Did you never fail to find such men was t
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  • ...be convinced at least of one thing, that Social Truth is not to be looked for either in Utopia or in the Old Routine; that Political Economy is not the S ...avoids what is merely provisional, guarantees all, yet leaves the way open for improvement.
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  • ...ism attempts to remove the competition below. This cannot be accomplished, for to destroy competition would necessitate a system of industrial slavery tha ...e and earnest people advocate such an absurd theory? I can easily explain, for I believed and advocated it once myself, when much younger, and when I did
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  • [For THE INDEX.] Is there nothing else in store for our wretched race but these two great sources of confusion
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  • ...e edition, of the “Rights of Man,” the words which I propose as a text for this discourse may be found. Alluding to the change in the condition of Fra ..., a man, a student, a scholar, a thinker, a philosopher, was roasted alive for the love of God and the preservation of the authority of the Church; and as
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  • I write to-day for the great mass of people who, owing to this exclusive laudation of Jesus by ...eir Master, " Never man spake like this man." They will tolerate no rival, for they feel that to place Jesus in the category of human seers is practically
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  • ...class, between the greater oppressions of privilege, and the resentment of labor. ..., vested in capital, is naturally adjuvant and subordinate to that present labor, which by the artifice of government, it subordinates and oppresses. Ethics
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  • ...ng, and dreamed not of ballot boxes and political conventions. They waited for the proper men to come and marry them, and then their lives were settled fo ...a brazen cry from unsexed humanity, horrifying men and startling the women for whose sake it was raised.
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  • ITS RELATIONS TO LABOR, PROPERTY, AND GOVERNMENT. ...epithets of rebuke fly about, that impartial observers instinctively look for the source of these plantation manners and morals which have survived the a
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  • and power in the development of the elements needed for the happiness the group, and in exchange returns to each of these worlds which he balances
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  • THE LABOR DOLLAR. ...first bill of exchange was the death of the last specie dollar." Bills of exchange, bank checks, and negotiable paper of all sorts add just so much to the bod
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  • ...l questions. Theology has retired from the battle. It would be as becoming for a man to kick his grandmother as to revile theology nowadays. By sheer iner ...pon practical affairs. It means more than the mere exchanging church going for Coney Island going on Sundays. It means more even than the final removal fr
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  • ...ceived in August 1914, and if they had really believed that they mobilized for the defense of their territory, they have since had time to realize that th ...ir associations, more or less advanced, must understand now that the plans for the invasion of France, of Belgium, and of Russian had long been prepared a
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  • ...reprisals. "Now," said he, "our custom-house commission knows what remains for it to do." ...athy we entertain towards our old American friends, there can be no doubt, for sympathy is born of a community of interests, and a protectionist policy te
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  • ...reat a matter as the revolt of millions of people what they are struggling for, what they are struggling against, and how the struggle stands from day to ...going on steadily ever since then, and before then, and is bound to go on for a long time to come, if the other nations keep their hands off and the Mexi
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  • Josiah Warren, "The Motives for Communism—How It Worked and What It Led To," Woodhull and Claflin's Weekl Mesdames Editors: How often have I said to myself, "Oh, for a paper of world-wide circulation, through which we could pour into the pub
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