Excerpt from State Experiments in Australia New Zealand, Vol. 2 of 2
IN Europe, disaffected beings who protest against the unequal division of profits between capital and labour, and who are unorthodox enough to believe that many of the conditions of industry are too monstrous and unnatural to be allowed to go on making human life a mere procrastination of death, are usually warned off as seekers of the impossible. The very age and enormity of the wrongs they would attack are appealed to as proofs that these are inevitable parts Of the frame of all great civilised societies. In the old world, in short, it is common for opponents of social reform either to rate.
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