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" If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender their liberty, are they thereafter any the less slaves? If people by a plebiscite elect a man despot over them, do they remain free because the despotism was of their own making... "
The Larger Aspects of Socialism - Page 132
by William English Walling - 1913 - 406 pages
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 24

Technology - 1884
...over its members ; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender...ultimate outcome of their own votes ? As well might it be argued that the savage who breaks a spear in another's presence that he may so become bondsman to him,...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 24

Technology - 1884
...over its members ; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender...they thereafter any the less slaves ? If people by a pltbiscite elect a man despot over them, do they remain free because the despotism was of their own...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 45

Literature - 1884
...over its members; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender...they thereafter any the less slaves ? If people by a plibisnte elect a man despot over them, do they remain free because the despotism was of their own...
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The Man Versus the State: Containing "The New Toryism," "The Coming Slavary ...

Herbert Spencer - Great Britain - 1884 - 113 pages
...over its members ; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender...they thereafter any the less slaves ? If people by & plebiscite elect a man despot over them, do they remain free because the despotism was of their own...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 24

Science - 1884
...over its members ; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender...liberty, are they thereafter any the less slaves ? If pe6ple by a pKbiscite elect a man despot over them, do they remain free because the despotism was of...
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Choice Literature: A Monthly Magazine, Volume 3

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1885
...over its members; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender their lilx'rty, are they thereafter any the less slaves? If jxv>ple by a plebiscite elect a man despot over...
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Social Statics: Abridged and Revised; Together with The Man Versus the State

Herbert Spencer - Social evolution - 1892 - 431 pages
...over its members ; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender...ultimate outcome of their own votes? As well might it be argued that the East African, who breaks a spear in another's presence that he may so become bondsman...
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Social Statics: Abridged and Revised; Together with The Man Versus the State

Herbert Spencer - Social evolution - 1892 - 431 pages
...over its members; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender I their liberty, are they thereafter any the less slaves? If] people by a plebiscite elect a man despot...
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THE MAN VERSUS THE STATE

Herbert Spencer - 1916
...over its members ; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender...ultimate outcome of their own votes? As well might it be argued that the East African, who breaks a spear in another's presence that he may so become bondsman...
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The man versus the state: a collection of essays

Herbert Spencer - Great Britain - 1916 - 357 pages
...over its members ; then the reply is that, granting the difference, the answer made continues valid. If men use their liberty in such a way as to surrender their Jiberty. " tHey thereafter "any the Iclis^sljivcs? TFpeople by & plebiscite elect a man despot over...
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