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" ... and drunkenness ; in which the pains accumulate at compound interest, in the shape of starvation, disease, stunted development, and moral degradation ; in which the prospect of even steady and honest industry is a life of unsuccessful battling with... "
Factors in American Civilization: Studies in Applied Sociology - Sivu 339
tekijä(t) Brooklyn Ethical Association - 1893 - 417 sivua
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The Westminster Review, Nide 156

1901
...which men, women and children are forced to crowd into dens where decency is abolished and the most ordinary conditions of healthful existence are impossible of attainment ; in which the pleasure* within reach are reduced to brutality and drunkenness : in which the pains accumulate at...

Fabian Tracts

1906
...which men, women, and children are forced to crowd into dens wherein decency is abolished, and the most ordinary conditions of healthful existence are impossible...in which the pleasures within reach are reduced to brutality and drunkenness ; in which the pains accumulate at compound interest in the shape of starvation,...

Fabian Tracts

1908
...Department, 1893-4, C — 7565. ; Lift 3nd Labor of tht Pteplt. By Charles Booth. (Macmillan ; 1894.) existence are impossible of attainment; in which the pleasures within reach are reduced to brutality and drunkenness ; in which the pains accumulate at compound interest in the shape of starvation,...

The Library Magazine

1888
...which men, women and children are forced to crowd into dens wherein decency is abolished and the most ordinary conditions of healthful existence are impossible...the prospect of even steady and honest industry is a li fe of unsuccessful battling with hunger, rounded by a pauper's grave. That a certain proportion...

Social Diseases and Worse Remedies: Letters to the "Times" on Mr. Booth's ...

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1891 - 148 sivua
...which men, women and children are forced to crowd into dens wherein decency is / abolished and the most ordinary conditions of healthful existence are impossible...battling with hunger, rounded by a pauper's grave. I That a certain proportion of the members of every ! great aggregation of mankind should constantly...

Evolution and Ethics: And Other Essays

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1894 - 334 sivua
...which men, women, and children are forced to crowd into dens wherein decency is abolished and the most ordinary conditions of healthful existence are impossible...battling with hunger, rounded by a pauper's grave. That a certain proportion of the members of every great aggregation of mankind should constantly tend...

Social Evolution

Benjamin Kidd - 1894 - 348 sivua
...her darling the strongest."2 The condition of life which the French emphatically call la misere, that in which the prospect of even, steady, and honest...battling with hunger, rounded by a pauper's grave, he holds to be the permanent condition of a large proportion of the masses of the people in our civilisation....

The Popular Science Monthly, Nide 32

1888
...which men, women, and children are forced to crowd into dens wherein decency is abolished and the most ordinary conditions of healthful existence are impossible...battling with hunger, rounded by a pauper's grave. That a certain proportion of the members of every great aggregation of mankind should constantly tend...

The Wonderful Century: Its Successes and Its Failures

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1898 - 400 sivua
...which men, women, and children are forced to crowd into dens where decency is abolished, and the most ordinary conditions of healthful existence are impossible...in which the pleasures within reach are reduced to brutality and drunkenness; in which the pains accumulate at compound interest in the shape of starvation,...

The Wonderful Century: Its Successes and Its Failures

Alfred Russel Wallace - 1898 - 400 sivua
...which men, women, and children are forced to crowd into dens where decency is abolished, and the most ordinary conditions of healthful existence are impossible...in which the pleasures within reach are reduced to brutality and drunkenness; in which the pains accumulate at compound interest in the shape of starvation,...




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