The Brotherhood of Man: Being an Address to the Anti-Tax League and Toiling Millions of Earth, Proposing a New Form of Social Organization for Human Society

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J.B. & E.G. Smith, 1881 - Collective settlements - 32 pages
 

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Page 6 - The cultivation of a uniform courtesy, a willingness to do to others as we would wish them to do to us, would annihilate half the ills of life.
Page 31 - Hail! for each must live for all. Why should a difference of birth, Of creed, or country, men divide? Behold the flowers of the earth, Though various, blooming side by side.
Page 19 - Man, without reservation, in consideration of their membership. And any amounts which the members shall receive from any source and at any time, in consideration of their services or business transactions, shall be paid into the common...
Page 18 - ... nor for the recovery of any property by us or either of us contributed to the funds or property of said Community or its branches, on or before our entering the same, or at any subsequent time, nor make any claim or demand therefor, of any kind or nature whatsoever.
Page 29 - In this great unity of differentiations, specific organs modify the modes of action in all other organs in accordance with the laws of mutual influence between 29 the organs.
Page 3 - Man, founded on natural justice that will insure universal tranquility, provide for the common good, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty...
Page 18 - Therefore, we, the undersigned, acknowledge the above as the terms of our connection with and membership in the Oneida Community and all its branches now existing or that may hereafter exist, and we severally, for ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, do agree and covenant with it and with its members, and with one another, and with the present property holders...
Page 18 - ... that neither we nor our heirs, executors, administrators nor assigns will ever bring any action...
Page 6 - ... life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in his own way, provided he does not infringe on the same natural rights of others.
Page 19 - In case it shall bo deemed necessary or expedient, for the time...

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