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Seite 360 - Massachusetts relating to the Registry and Return of Births, Marriages and Deaths in the Commonwealth for the year ending December 31, 1880.
Seite 255 - It makes entire abstraction of every other human passion or motive, except those which may be regarded as perpetually antagonizing principles to the desire of wealth, namely, aversion to labor and desire of the present enjoyment of costly indulgences.
Seite 255 - It is concerned with him solely as a being who desires to possess wealth, and who is capable of judging of the comparative efficacy of means for obtaining that end.
Seite 287 - The Free Coinage of Silver. Journal of Political Economy, March, vol. 1, pp. 163-78. 1893. Sickles at Gettysburg. Letter in The, Nation, May 11, vol. 56, p. 346. 1893. College Athletics. Address before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Alpha of Massachusetts, at Cambridge, June 29. Published in Boston. Transcript, June 30; Harvard Graduates
Seite 231 - In the main, however, Italy presents many genuine instances of what Mr. Schloss in the final chapter of his book described as "Practicable Co-operation.
Seite 265 - ... your office has only to prove itself superior alike to partisan dictation and to the seductions of theory in order to command the cordial support of the press and of the body of citizens. If any mistake is more likely than others to be committed in such a critical position, it is to undertake to recog-nize both parties as parties and to award so much in due turn to each. This course almost inevitably leads to jealousy and dissatisfaction. If...
Seite 370 - FAMILY BUDGETS. Being the Income and Expenses of Twenty-eight British Households, 1891-1894. Compiled for the Economic Club. With an Introduction by CHARLES BOOTH, ERNEST AVES, and HENRY HIGGS, 2s.
Seite 257 - ... mightily reduces the ratio of that inequality. The railroad magnate, master of a hundred millions, leaning forward in his eagerness to complete some new combination, falls without a sign, without a groan ; his work forever incomplete ; his schemes rudely broken ; and at once the fountain of his great fortune parts into many heads, and his gathered wealth flows away in numerous streams. No man can buy with money, or obtain for love, the assurance of one hour's persistence in his chosen work, in...
Seite 188 - ... have but very little value. Nothing short of a registration system in the States can give the required data satisfactorily, and it has been proved that even where such systems have been best established, difficulties continually arise which require a very long time to be removed. Experience has shown that people will not, or cannot, remember and report to the census taker the number of the facts, and the particulars of them which occur in the period of a whole year to eighteen months prior to...