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" How much longer shall we continue to allow generation after generation to be taught crime from their infancy, and when so taught, hunt them like beasts of the forest, until they are entangled beyond escape in the toils and nets of the law? "
A new view of society: or, Essays on the principle of the formation of the ... - Page 32
by Robert Owen - 1813
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1817
...generation alter generation to be ' taught crime from their infancy, and when so t'uig»it, bunting ' them like beasts of the forest, until they are entangled...beyond ' escape in the toils and nets of the law.' It does not now admit of concealment, that the lower classes of society are continually surrounded...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1818
...from his line of argument. But to proceed : " How much longer," asks Mr. Owen indignantly, "shall we continue to allow generation after generation to be taught crime from their infancy T (p. 39.) Does Mr. Owen mean that the constituted instructors of the community, the clergy and the...
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Political Essays, with Sketches of Public Characters

William Hazlitt - Great Britain - 1819 - 439 pages
...system of the formation of character, he asks, p. 7 of the second Essay, — " How much longer shall we continue to allow generation after generation to be...the law? When, if the circumstances from youth of these poor unpitied sufferers had been reversed with those who are even surrounded with the pomp and...
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Political Essays, with Sketches of Public Characters

William Hazlitt - Great Britain - 1819 - 439 pages
...system of the formation of character, he asks, p, ? of the second Essay, — " How much longer shall we continue to allow generation after generation, to...hunt them like beasts of the forest, until they are entailgled beyond escape in the toils and nets of the law ? When, if the circumstances from youth of...
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Political Essays, with Sketches of Public Characters

William Hazlitt - Great Britain - 1819 - 439 pages
...infancy, and when so taught, hunt them like beasts of the forest, until they are entan101 gled bf'jond escape in the toils and nets of the law ? When, if the circumstances from youth of these poor unpitied sufferers had been reversed with those who are even surrounded with the pomp and...
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The revolt of the bees [by J.M. Morgan].

John Minter Morgan - 1826
...circumstances, they would have been equally guilty r. In reply to the ' " How much longer shall we continue to allow generation after generation to be...toils and nets of the law ? When, if the circumstances of those poor unpitied sufferers had objections of the Ecclesiastes he remarked, that no bee had any...
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The Revolt of the Bees

John Minter Morgan - Education - 1839 - 197 pages
...an overgrown hive were groundless ; — could not each bee gather more * " How much longer shall we continue to allow generation after generation to be...toils and nets of the law ? When, if the circumstances of those poor unpitied sufferers had been reversed with those who are even surrounded with the pomp...
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The Christian socialist, Volumes 1-2

...operators wiio are in the fleecing business. — A nylo-A merim « Times. How much longer shall we continue to allow generation after generation to be...taught crime from their infancy, and when so taught treat them like beasts of the forests, until they are entangled beyond escape in the toils and nets...
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The Collected Works of William Hazlitt: Free thoughts on public affairs ...

William Hazlitt - 1902 - 467 pages
...of the formation of character, he asks, p. 7 of the second Essay, — 124 ' How much longer shall we continue to allow generation after generation to be...the law? When, if the circumstances from youth of these poor unpitied sufferers had been reversed with those who are even surrounded with the pomp and...
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The collected works of William Hazlitt, Volume 3

William Hazlitt - 1902
...formation of character, he asks, p. 7 of the second Essay, — 124 •How much longer shall we coutinue to allow generation after generation to be taught...the law ? When, if the circumstances from youth of these poor unpiticd sufferers had been reversed with those who are even surrounded with the pomp and...
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