Right and Wrong: Relating to Literal Ethics and a Popular Form of Government Showing the Defective Character of Webster's Dictionary with Its Influence Upon the Disturbances Between the Ruling Class and the Common Laborer

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Sweet & Sturdy, 1891 - Ethics - 404 pages

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Page 98 - ... European libraries of any completeness, whether public or private ; but this little sum is all that has come back to him. Surely, there cannot be one reader of this periodical so insensible to moral distinctions as not to feel that this is wrong. The happy accident of Mr. Bancroft's not needing the money has nothing to do with' the right and wrong of the matter. No man is so rich that he does not like to receive money which he has honestly earned ; for money honestly earned is honor as well as...
Page 168 - The great fact stands out that laborers are compelled to work for their own support and for the support of their...
Page 56 - It is the literal on the one hand, and the actual on the other. It is the real against its representation.

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