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" Is the present system or manner whereby the products of industry are distributed between the various persons and classes of the community satisfactory ? Or, if not, are there any means by which that system could be improved? "
Wages and Earnings of the Working Classes: Report to Sir Arthur Bass, M.P. - Page 1
by Leone Levi - 1885 - 151 pages
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The Report of the Proceedings and Papers Read in Prince's Hall, Piccadilly ...

Labor - 1885 - 528 pages
...and no doubt do, justify the inquiry you are met to consider, viz. 'Is the present system or manner whereby the products of industry are distributed between the various persons and classes of the community satisfactory ? or if not, are there any means by which that system can be improved ? ' By personal...
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The Report of the Proceedings and Papers Read in Prince's Hall, Piccadilly ...

Labor movement - 1885 - 528 pages
...which should be devoted to prosecuting an inquiry into the question, /s the present system or manner whereby the products of industry are distributed between the various persons and dosses of the community satisfactory ? Or, if not, are there any means by which that system could be...
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The Claims of Labour: A Course of Lectures Delivered in Scotland in the ...

John Burnett (trade unionist.) - Labor - 1886 - 275 pages
...carried out. It will be enough to repeat here that the general question proposed in the inquiry was, Is the present system whereby the products of industry...between the various persons and classes of the community satisfactory? or, if not, are there any means by which that system could be improved? The anonymous...
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The New Princeton Review, Volume 2

Christianity - 1886
...societies, etc., and met for the express purpose of debating the question, "Is the present system or manner, whereby the products of industry are distributed between...the various persons and classes of the community, satisfactory ? Or, if not, are there any means by which that system could be improved ? The first day...
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Journal of the Institute of Bankers, Volume 8

Institute of Bankers (Great Britain) - Banks and banking - 1887
...held in London earlier in the same year. The general question proposed at that Conference was, " Is the present system whereby the products of industry...between the various persons and classes of the community satisfactory ? or, if not, are tliere any means by which flutt system could Ъе, imjirored?" The ground...
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An Investigation Into the Causes of the Great Fall in Prices which Took ...

Arthur Crump - Prices - 1889 - 198 pages
...the recovery in general business had unmistakably manifested itself. In that report he says: — " Since 1867 the population has increased from about...you have desired me to renew the inquiry into the amount of earnings of the labouring classes, and I have much pleasure in laying before you the results...
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My life: a record of events and opinions, Volume 2

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1905
...comparatively hard and colourless statement in the following terms:—" Is the present system or manner whereby the products of industry are distributed between the various persons and classes of the community satisfactory ? Or, if not, are there any means by which that system could be improved?" And this was...
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My Life: A Record of Events and Opinions

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1905
...comparatively hard and colourless statement in the following terms: — "Is the present system or manner whereby the products of industry are distributed between the various persons and classes of the community satisfactory ? Or, if not, are there any means by which that system could be improved f" And this was...
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My life: a record of events and opinions, Volume 2

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1905
...hard and colourless statement in the following terms: — "Is the present system or manner vuhereby the products of industry are distributed between the various persons and classes of the community satisfactory ? Or, if not, are there any means by which that system could be improved?" And this was...
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A History of the Durham Miners' Association, 1870-1904

John Wilson - Coal miners - 1907 - 365 pages
...conditions of opinion. There were two main branches of inquiry : " Is the present system or manner whereby the products of industry are distributed between the various persons and classes of the community satisfactory ; or if not, are there any means by which that system could be improved ? " These general...
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