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" Now what does this Let Him Be Poor mean? It means let him be weak. Let him be ignorant. Let him become a nucleus of disease. Let him be a standing exhibition and example of ugliness and dirt. Let him have rickety children. Let him be cheap and let him... "
Charities and the Commons: A Weekly Journal of Philanthropy and Social Advance - Page 402
1907
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The Table Talk of John Selden

John Selden, Richard Milward - Table-talk - 1892 - 220 pages
...edification, I give you another from the preface to the Major Barbara of nearly twenty years later: a standing exhibition and example of ugliness and...Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down to his price by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn our cities into poisonous...
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The Review of Reviews, Volume 36

William Thomas Stead - 1907
...does poverty mean to a man ? he asks : — It means let him be weak. Let him be ignorant. Let hin» become a nucleus of disease. Let him be a standing...Let him have rickety children. Let him be cheap and lethim drag his fellows down to his price by setting himself to do their work. Let his habitations...
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John Bull's other island: and Major Barbara, Volume 9

Bernard Shaw - Drama - 1908 - 311 pages
..." : let him be poor. Serve him right ! Also — somewhat inconsistently — blessed are the poor ! Now what does this Let Him Be Poor mean? It means...Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down to his price by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn our cities into poisonous...
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Social Forces

Edward Thomas Devine - Social problems - 1909 - 226 pages
...shillings a week or his agricultural thirteen shillings a week on his beer and his family instead of saving it up for his old age, let him be poor. Let nothing...exhibition and example of ugliness and dirt. Let him "7 -87have rickety children. Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down by selling himself...
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John Bull's Other Island: In Four Acts

Bernard Shaw - 1911 - 116 pages
...undeserving " : let him be poor. Serve him right ! Also — somewhat inconsistently — blessed are the poor! Now what does this Let Him Be Poor mean? It means...Let him be cheap and let him' drag his fellows down to his price by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn our cities into poisonous...
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The Cry for Justice: An Anthology of the Literature of Social Protest; the ...

Upton Sinclair - Social justice - 1915 - 891 pages
...undeserving": let him be poor. Serves him right! Also — somewhat inconsistently — blessed are the poor! Now what does this Let Him Be Poor mean? It means...Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down to his price by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn our cities into poisonous...
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Poverty and Riches: A Study of the Industrial Régime, Volume 25

Scott Nearing - Labor - 1916 - 261 pages
...upward that in a certain case of poverty someone protests, " Let him be poor." This is Shaw's answer: "Now what does this 'Let him be poor' mean? It means...Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down to his prices by selling himself to do their work." Many centuries ago a great sage observed, "The...
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Major Barbara: With an Essay as First Aid to Critics

Bernard Shaw - 1917 - 159 pages
...undeserving " : let him be poor. Serve him right! Also — somewhat inconsistently — blessed are the poor! Now what does this Let Him Be Poor mean? It means...Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down to his price by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn our cities into poisonous...
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Why We Fail as Christians

Robert Hunter - Christianity - 1919 - 180 pages
...agricultural thirteen shillings a week on his beer and his family instead of saving it up for his old age, let him be poor. Serve him right! . . . "Now what...Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down to his price by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn our cities into poisonous...
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English Literature During the Last Half Century

John William Cunliffe - English literature - 1920 - 315 pages
...evil of poverty, taken over (with due acknowledgment) from Samuel Butler. In the preface we read : " Now what does this Let Him Be Poor mean? It means...Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down to his price by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn our cities into poisonous...
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