Quotation by George Bernard Shaw

When I speak of The Case for Equality I mean human equality; and that, of course, can only mean one thing: it means equality of income.
George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950), Anglo-Irish playwright, critic. Speech, May 1, 1913, delivered at the Political and Economic Circle of the National Liberal Club. The Case for Equality, Shavian Tract No. 6, The Shaw Society, London (December 1958).
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