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" whether it is really impossible that all should start in the world with a fair chance of leading a cultured life, free from the pains of poverty and the stagnating influences of excessive mechanical toil "
Economics - Page 17
by Henry Rogers Seager - 1908 - 27 pages
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Principles of Economics, Volume 1

Alfred Marshall - Economics - 1890 - 754 pages
...phenomena with which it is now This progress has done more than anything else to give practical interest to the question whether it is really impossible that...stagnating influences of excessive mechanical toil; and this question is being pressed to the front by the growing earnestness of the age. The question...
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Elements of Economics of Industry: Being the First Volume of ..., Volume 1

Alfred Marshall - Economics - 1903 - 421 pages
...classes even a century ago. This progress has done more than anything else to give practical interest to the question whether it is really impossible that...stagnating influences of excessive mechanical toil; and this question is being pressed to the front by the growing earnestness of the age. The question...
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The Struggle for Existence

Walter Thomas Mills - Economics - 1904 - 640 pages
...part in that life. * * " "This progress has done more than anything else to give practical interest to the question whether it is really impossible that...stagnating influences of excessive mechanical toil; and this question is being pressed to the front by the growing earnestness of the age." Marshall:...
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Ethics

John Dewey, James Hayden Tufts - Ethics - 1908 - 618 pages
...on the other is so great that, in the words of a distinguished economist, we are still questioning "whether it is really impossible that all should start...pains of poverty and the stagnating influences of a life of excessive mechanical toil." 1 We provide free schools and pass compulsory education acts,...
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Ethics

John Dewey, James Hayden Tufts - Ethics - 1908 - 618 pages
...on the other is so great that, in the words of a distinguished economist, we are still questioning "whether it is really impossible that all should start...pains of poverty and the stagnating influences of a life of excessive mechanical toil." * We provide free schools and pass compulsory education acts,...
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Ethics

John Dewey, James Hayden Tufts - Ethics - 1908 - 618 pages
...on the other is so great that, in the words of a distinguished economist, we are still questioning "whether it is really impossible that all should start...pains of poverty and the stagnating influences of a life of excessive mechanical toil." 1 We provide free schools and pass compulsory education acts,...
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Ethics

John Dewey (1859-1952.) - Philosophy - 1908 - 618 pages
...on the other is so great that, in the words of a distinguished economist, we are still questioning "whether it is really impossible that all should start...pains of poverty and the stagnating influences of a life of excessive mechanical toil." 1 We provide free schools and pass compulsory education acts,...
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语言过程与维度

彭宣维 - Linguistics - 2002 - 383 pages
...section, ie the responsibility of economics; the author is confronted with the question that". . . whether it is really impossible that all should start in the world with a fair chance of leading a cultural life,free from the pains of poverty and the stagnating influences of excessive mechanical...
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A Short History of Distributive Justice

Samuel Fleischacker - Law - 2009 - 204 pages
...their highest interest," and Marshall tells us that the possibility he has in mind is one in which "all should start in the world with a fair chance...stagnating influences of excessive mechanical toil." 13 Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal provided "social security" to every citizen above a certain age, and...
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