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" a corporation has neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be damned. "
Readers and Writers (1917-1921) - Page 6
by Alfred Richard Orage - 1922 - 179 pages
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The Financial Organization of Society

Harold Glenn Moulton - Finance - 1921 - 789 pages
...trustees." 8. "No doubt there are some objectionable features in having for trustee a corporation which has neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be damned. It has sometimes been said that the trust companies lack the advantage of personal interest that attaches...
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The Homœopathic World, Volume 23

1888
...profoundest distrust. Like all other corporate bodies of human beings, having, as Sydney Smith put it, "neither a body to be kicked, nor a soul to be damned," it acts, under these circumstances, according to the dim light of its own most cherished prejudices...
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Us Vs. Them: American Political and Cultural Conflict from WW II to Watergate

Robert J. Bresler - History - 2000 - 262 pages
...problems. It gave the new impersonality an institutional embodiment; a corporation, as the saying went, had neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be damned. "Corporations will do what individuals would not dare to do," the richest man in Boston wrote with...
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Eleanor Rathbone and the Politics of Conscience

Susan Pedersen - Biography & Autobiography - 2004 - 469 pages
...hard to forgive this policy. A Cabinet is a collective entity, and such an entity has proverbially neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be damned. Yet sometimes as I gaze across the House at the serried row of rather uninspiring personalities upon...
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Big Man on Campus: A University President Speaks Out on Higher Education

Stephen Joel Trachtenberg - Education - 2009 - 288 pages
...live up to. About 250 years ago, Edward, the second Baron Thurlow, observed that corporations have neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be damned. In that sense, my university, like any university, is a corporation. But I hoped the board, the faculty,...
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The Idler: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volume 28

Jerome Klapka Jerome, Robert Barr, Arthur Lawrence, Sidney H. Sime - 1906
...which attracts the outsiders. The cost is temporary, but the return is eternal. As the County Council, like a Corporation, has neither a body to be kicked, nor a soul to be condemned, it probably does not look for gratitude so long as it can get votes. Of course, a blind...
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Midland Medical Miscellany and Provincial Medical Journal, Volume 1

1882
...the action of the North Wetchford Guardians in this matter cannot be imagined. It is always said that a corporation has neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be saved. If any one of the North Wetchford Guardians knew a case where analagous treatment were meted...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumes 69-70

Henry Allon - 1879
...chief plea was a curious one, and in its unscrupulousncss exemplified Lord Eldon's old saying, that ' a corporation has neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be dd ! ' In 1868, when the Chartered Company began to erect its large works at Beckton (on the Thames,...
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The Southern Workman, Volume 48

African Americans - 1919
...and the whole of the responsibility. AJBoard of Joint Control is like a huge financial Syndicate. It has neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be damned. Then we hear much of the principle of self-determination of the governed. Well, it is hardly a principle;...
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Food & Sanitation, Volume 6

1895
...all the better for Islington if they do not extend their ownership there. A public company, we know, has neither a body to be kicked nor a soul to be damned. It is a pity that this company is devoid of corporeal substance, as we could conceive no company more...
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