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" ... for limits, nature for a principle, and the law as her defender. " Art. 5. The law can only prohibit that which is hurtful, and order that which is useful to society. " Art. 7. Proprietorship is the right every citizen possesses of enjoying the property... "
The Great French Revolution, 1789-1793 - Page 484
by Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin (kni͡azʹ) - 1909 - 610 pages
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History Of The Girondists; Or, Personal Memoirs of the Patriots Of The ...

Alphonse De Lamartine - 1848
...right every citizen possesses of enjoying the property secured to him by the law. " Art. 8. Society is bound to provide for the subsistence of all its members, either by procuring them occupation, or assuring the means of existence to those who are unable to work. "Art....
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History of the Girondists: Or, Personal Memoirs of the Patriots of the ...

Alphonse de Lamartine - France - 1848 - 555 pages
...right every citizen possesses of enjoying the property secured to him by the law. " Art. 8. Society is bound to provide for the subsistence of all its members, either by procuring them occupation, or assuring the means of existence to those who are unable to work. "Art....
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History of the Girondists: Or, Personal Memoirs of the Patriots of ..., Volume 2

Alphonse de Lamartine - France - 1849
...right every citizen possesses of enjoying the property secured to him by the law. " Art. 8. Society is bound to provide for the subsistence of all its members, either by procuring them occupation, or assuring the means of existence to those who are unable to work. "Art....
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Paganism in Education: From the French of "Le Ver Rongeur Des Sociétés ...

Jean Gaume - Classical education - 1852 - 279 pages
...defininition the right of labour, the right of assistance, and a progressive tax. " Society," said he, " is bound to provide for the subsistence of 'all its members, either by procuring them labour, or by assuring the meant of existence to those who are not in a state to...
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History of the Girondists: or, Personal memoirs of the patriots of ..., Volume 2

Alphonse de Lamartine - France - 1854
...right every citizen possesses of enjoying the property secured to him by the law. " Art. 8. Society is bound to provide for the subsistence of all its members, either by procuring them occupation, or assuring the means of existence to those who are unable to work. "Art....
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Flora Tristan, Utopian Feminist: Her Travel Diaries and Personal Crusade

Flora Tristan, Doris Beik, Paul Harold Beik - Social Science - 1993 - 195 pages
...obligation. Society owes subsistence to unfortunate citizens, whether by finding work for them, or by guaranteeing the means of existence to those who are unable to work." Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen, June 27, 1793. demand is based on the strictest...
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