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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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