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Страница 291 - The body politic is formed by a voluntary association of individuals: it is a social compact, by which the whole people covenants with each citizen and each citizen with the whole people, that all shall be governed by certain laws for the common good.
Страница 306 - The equality concerns the mutually-limited spheres of action which must be maintained if associated men are to co-operate harmoniously. The inequality concerns the results which each may achieve by carrying on his actions within the implied limits. No incongruity exists when the ideas of equality and inequality are applied the one to the bounds and the other to the benefits.
Страница 518 - I have always been strongly in favor of secular education, in the sense of education without theology; but I must confess I have been no less seriously perplexed to know by what practical measures the religious feeling, which is the essential basis of conduct, was to be kept up, in the present utterly chaotic state of opinion on these matters, without the use of the Bible.
Страница 102 - ... we owe to the wise and watchful press which presides over the formation of our opinions ; and which brings about this splendid result, namely, that in matters of belief, the humblest of us are lifted up to the level of the most sagacious, so that really a simple Cornet in the blues is no more likely to entertain a foolish belief about ghosts, or witchcraft, or any other supernatural topic, than, the Lord High Chancellor, or the Leader of the House of Commons.
Страница 102 - We are scarcely sufficiently conscious," says Mr. Kinglake, with his delicate precision of serenity in satire, " scarcely sufficiently conscious in England, of the great debt we owe to the wise and watchful press which presides over the formation of our opinions ; and which brings about this splendid result, namely, that in matters of belief, the humblest of us are lifted up to the level of the most sagacious, so that really a simple Cornet in the Blues is no more likely to entertain a foolish belief...
Страница 246 - When a strike is in progress, attended with much suffering, and nonunion workmen accept the rejected service, they are taking labor they have not themselves secured, and by so doing are aiding to bring about a reduction. The case is one in which the plea of industrial liberty is brought in a deceptive way against social progress. . The individual in a general movement for the public welfare must concede something of his personal liberty. A compulsory organic force gets...
Страница ii - I2mo 1.75 An Essay on the Present Distribution of Wealth in the United States. By CHARLES B. SPAHR, Ph.D. I2mo. 1.50 Southern Statesmen of the Old Regime. By WM. P. TRENT, AM I2mo. Gilt top, with portraits. . . 2.00 Workingmen's Insurance. By WF WILLOUGHBY, Department of Labor, Washington, DC I2mo 1.75 Congressional Committees. By LAUROS G. McCONACHIE, AM I2mo 1.75 Municipal Monopolies. Edited by PROF. EW BEMIS. I2mo 2.00 The Economics of Distribution.
Страница 549 - Here for the first time the public is presented with a full and accurate account of Socialism as it is...
Страница 425 - ... other definable proportion. If we wanted to estimate the degrees of benefit which different persons derive from the protection of government, we should have to consider who would suffer most if that protection were withdrawn ; to which question if any answer could be made, it must be, that those would suffer most who were weakest in mind or body, either by nature or by position. Indeed, such persons would almost infallibly be slaves. If there were any justice, therefore, in the theory of justice...
Страница ii - REPUDIATION OF STATE DEBTS IN THE UNITED STATES." By WILLIAM A. SCOTT, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Political Economy in the University of Wisconsin. This is a work which deals with one of the most important phases of American finance. Perhaps there is no field of financial investigation in the United States which has been so neglected.