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" Human nature itself must have changed very much," I said. "Not at all," was Dr. Leete's reply, "but the conditions of human life have changed, and with them the motives of human action. The organization of society with you was such that officials were... "
Holy Joe: Joseph W. Folk and the Missouri Idea - Page 7
by Steven L. Piott - 1997 - 224 pages
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Looking backward, 2000-1887

Edward Bellamy - Utopias - 1898 - 337 pages
...life have changed, and with them the motives of human action. The organization of society with you was such that officials were under a constant temptation...that you dared entrust them with any of your affairs. Nowadays, on the contrary, society) is so constituted that there is absolutely no way in which an official,...
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Looking Backward, 2000-1898

Edward Bellamy - Utopias - 1917 - 337 pages
...life have changed,jj,nd_with-- them the motives of human action. The organization of society with you was such that officials were under a constant temptation...that you dared entrust them with any of your affairs. /Nowadays, on the contrary, society is so constitutecTthat there is absolutely no way in which an official,...
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Science Fiction: A Historical Anthology

Eric S. Rabkin - Literary Criticism - 1983 - 529 pages
...life have changed, and with them the motives of human action. The organization of society with you was such that officials were under a constant temptation...that you dared entrust them with any of your affairs. Nowadays, on the contrary, society is so constituted that there is absolutely no way in which an official,...
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The Growth of American Government: Governance from the Cleveland Era to the ...

Ballard C. Campbell - History - 1995 - 289 pages
...that Bellamy saw rampant in the i88os.2 Economic equality had eliminated the temptation for lawmakers "to misuse their power for the private profit of themselves or others." Now officials served "a single syndicate representing the people ... in the common interest." Allocating...
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Voices of a People's History of the United States

Howard Zinn, Anthony Arnove - History - 2011
...life have changed, and with them the motives of human action. The organization of society with you was such that officials were under a constant temptation...that you dared entrust them with any of your affairs. Nowadays, on the contrary, society is so constituted that there is absolutely no way in which an official,...
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