The International Socialist Review: A Monthly Journal of International Socialist Thought, Volume 4 (Google eBook)

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1904
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Page 37 - movements were movements of minorities or in the interest of minorities. The proletarian movement is the self-conscious, independent movement of the immense majority in the interest of the immense majority. The proletariat cannot stir, cannot raise itself up without the whole superincumbent strata of official society being sprung into the air.
Page 721 - and consequently the whole history of mankind since the dissolution of primitive tribal society, holding land in common ownership has been a history of class struggles, contests between exploiting and exploited, ruling and oppressed classes; the history of these class struggles forms a series of evolution;
Page 34 - that it was their duty, if ever the Lord brought them back in peace, to call Charles Stuart, that man of blood, to an account for the blood he has shed and the mischief he
Page 721 - and exchange, and the social organization necessarily following from it, form the basis upon which is built up, and from which alone can be explained, the political and intellectual history of that epoch; and consequently the whole history of mankind since the dissolution of primitive tribal society, holding land in common ownership has been a history of class struggles, contests between exploiting
Page 224 - liable to the servant in this action, the principle of that liability will be found to carry us to an alarming extent. * * * If the owner of the carriage is responsible for the sufficiency of his carriage to his servant, he is responsible for the negligence of his coachmaker, or his harnessmaker, or his coachman. * * * The
Page 32 - This infernal traffic originated in the avarice of British merchants. The British Government constantly checked the attempts of Virginia to put a stop to it. Maryland and Virginia had already prohibited the importation of slaves expressly.
Page 224 - health; of the builder for a defect in the foundation of the house, whereby it fell and injured both the master and the servant by the ruins. The inconvenience, not to say the absurdity, of these consequences, afford a sufficient argument against the application of this principle
Page 722 - of different countries; That the emancipation of labor is neither a local nor a national, but a social problem, which embraces all countries in which modern society exists, and whose solution depends upon the practical and theoretical cooperation of the most advanced countries;
Page 225 - them with suitable means to perform the service in which he employs them, he is not answerable to one of them for an injury received by him in consequence of the carelessness of another, while both are engaged in the same service.
Page 220 - *"Absolute safety is unattainable, and employers are not insurers. They are liable for the consequences, not of danger, but of negligence; and the unbending test of negligence in methods, machinery and appliances is the ordinary usage of the business.

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