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" 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 congeries of slums. Let his daughters infect our young men with the diseases of the streets and his... "
The Review of Reviews - Page 99
by William Thomas Stead - 1907
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The Table Talk of John Selden

John Selden, Richard Milward - Table-talk - 1892 - 220 pages
...him have rickety children. 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...of oppression and malnutrition. Let the undeserving become still less deserving; and let the deserving lay up for himself, not treasures in heaven, but...
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Charities and the Commons: A Weekly Journal of Philanthropy and ..., Volume 15

Charities - 1907
...dirt. Let him have rickety children. Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn...of oppression and malnutrition. Let the undeserving become still less deserving; and let the deserving lay up for himself, not treasures in heaven, but...
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John Bull's other island: and Major Barbara, Volume 9

Bernard Shaw - Drama - 1908 - 311 pages
...him have rickety children. 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...of oppression and malnutrition. Let the undeserving become still less deserving; and let the deserving lay up for himself, not treasures in heaven, but...
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Social Forces

Edward Thomas Devine - Social problems - 1909 - 226 pages
...Let him "7 -87have rickety children. Let him be cheap and let him drag his fellows down by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn...of oppression and malnutrition. Let the undeserving become still less deserving; and let the deserving lay up for himself, not treasures in heaven, but...
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John Bull's Other Island: In Four Acts

Bernard Shaw - 1911 - 116 pages
...have rickety children. 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...of oppression and malnutrition. Let the undeserving become still less deserving; and let the deserving lay up for himself, not treasures in heaven, but...
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The Cry for Justice: An Anthology of the Literature of Social Protest; the ...

Upton Sinclair - Social justice - 1915 - 891 pages
...him have rickety children. 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...of oppression and malnutrition. Let the undeserving become still less deserving; and let the deserving lay up for himself, not treasures in heaven, but...
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Why We Fail as Christians

Robert Hunter - Christianity - 1919 - 180 pages
...him have rickety children. 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...the other fruits of oppression and malnutrition." (4) It is evident that the spirit of modern man as well as the conditions of modern society, are entirely...
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English Literature During the Last Half Century

John William Cunliffe - English literature - 1920 - 315 pages
...by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn our cities into poisonous congeries o slums. Let his daughters infect our young men with...the other fruits of oppression and malnutrition." So in the play Undershaf t enumerates the seven deadly sins as "food, clothing, firing, rent, taxes,...
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English literature during the last half century

John William Cunliffe - English literature - 1919 - 315 pages
...him have rickety children. 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 congeries o slums. Let his daughters infect our young men with the diseases of the streets and his sons revenge...
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Major Barbara

George Bernard Shaw - Drama - 2000 - 156 pages
...him have rickety children. Let him be cheap, and drag his fellows down to his own price by selling himself to do their work. Let his habitations turn...cruelty, hypocrisy , political imbecility, and all die other fruits of oppression and malnutrition. Let the undeserving become still less deserving; and...
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