The Condition of Labor: An Open Letter to Pope Leo XIII

Sterling Publishing Company, 1894 - 157페이지

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121 페이지 - What is of still greater importance, however, is that the remedy they propose is manifestly against justice. For every man has by nature the right to possess property as his own. This is one of the chief points of distinction between man and the animal creation. For the brute has no power of self-direction, but is governed by two chief instincts, which keep his powers alert, move him to use his strength, and determine him to action without the power of choice. These instincts are self-preservation...
151 페이지 - Speaking summarily, we may lay it down as a general and perpetual law, that workmen's associations should be so organized and governed as to furnish the best and most suitable means for attaining what is aimed at, that is to say for helping each individual member to better his condition to the utmost in body, mind, and property.
8 페이지 - Man is Older Than the State And he holds the right of providing for the life of his body prior to the formation of any State. And to say that God has given the earth to the use and enjoyment of the universal human race is not to deny that there can be private property. For God has granted the earth to mankind in general; not in the sense that all without distinction can deal with it as they please...
126 페이지 - ... to force each party to give the other what is due ; for this is not to rob citizens of their rights, but justly and properly to safeguard and strengthen them. But the rulers of the State must go no further: nature bids them stop here.
124 페이지 - No human law can abolish the natural and primitive right of marriage, or in any way limit the chief and principal purpose of marriage, ordained by God's authority from the beginning. "Increase and multiply.''^ Thus we have the family; the "society...
131 페이지 - He has made pain and grief more easy to endure; "for that which is at present momentary and light of our tribulation, worketh for us above measure exceedingly an eternal weight of glory.
130 페이지 - To defraud any one of wages that are his due is a crime which cries to the avenging anger of heaven. Behold the hire of the laborers . , . which by fraud hath been kept back by you, crieth ; and the cry of them hath entered into the ears of the Lord of Sabaoth...
124 페이지 - Thou shall not covet thy neighbor's v;ife; nor his house, nor his field, nor his man-servant, nor his maid-servant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything which is his* 12.
139 페이지 - Now, among the interests of the public, as of private individuals, are these : that peace and good order should be maintained; that family life should be carried on in accordance with God's laws and those of nature ; that Religion should be reverenced and obeyed ; that a high standard of morality should...
141 페이지 - ... but is extremely injurious to trade, and to the general interests of the public; moreover, on such occasions, violence and disorder are generally not far off, and thus it frequently happens that the public peace is threatened. The laws should be beforehand, and prevent these troubles from arising; they should lend their influence and authority to the removal in good time of the causes which lead to conflicts between masters and those whom they employ.

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