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... the planters began by stealing the liberty of their slaves, by stealing their labour, by stealing, in fact, all they had; and ...
For in all the world there are no people so piteous and forlorn as those who are forced to eat the bitter bread of dependency in t ...
As this world is at present constituted, what we call the lower part of mankind work for pay, and by that means support themselves ...
Like other colonial peoples, adolescents are economically dependent on the dominant society, and appear in its accounts as the ben ...
We men know very little a priori, and have our senses to thank for nearly all our knowledge. Through experience we know only appea ...
Some [adolescent] girls are depressed because they have lost their warm, open relationship with their parents. They have loved and ...
Today, more than ever before, American capital is seeking investment in foreign countries, and American products are more and more ...
The history of work has been, in part, the history of the worker's body. Production depended on what the body could accomplish wit ...
Fate forces its way to the powerful and violent. With subservient obedience it will assume for years dependency on one individual: ...
All men by nature desire to know.
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