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In the supposedly enlightened eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, parental indifference, child neglect, and raw cruelty appeared ...
Ants are so much like human beings as to be an embarrassment. They farm fungi, raise aphids as livestock, launch armies into war, ...
Amid attempts to protect elephants from ivory poachers and dolphins from tuna nets, the rights of children go remarkably unremarke ...
I wish to say that, in so far as I can, I hope to promote the enactment of further legislation of this character.
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Some day the workers will take possession of your city hall, and when we do, no child will be sacrificed on the altar of profit!
When we sent our first child off to school I experienced a jarring moment, an epiphany. I had been teaching young children for man ...
When we of the so-called better classes are scared as men were never scared in history at material ugliness and hardship; when we ...
... woman is frequently praised as the more "creative" sex. She does not need to make poems, it is argued; she has no drive to mak ...
Mankind owes to the child the best it has to give.
The house with no child in it is a house with nothing in it.
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