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A. C. McClurg & Company, 1916 - Sociology - 159 pages

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Page 8 - It is sufficient to remind ourselves that man is the descendant of a long series of ancestral animal forms having their beginning with the unicellular organism. His more immediate ancestor was not the ape or the monkey, but a member of a stock of which these forms were variants.
Page 132 - But it is necessary to remember that many of the ills of body and mind have their causal conditions in the illogical and inhuman strains and deprivations which the present social system imposes. Thus the dwarfed and enfeebled workers in many cases are the products of child labor, insufficient food, and unsanitary conditions of labor and of living. The portion of human misery such...

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