Edward Bellamy Quotes

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Edward Bellamy quotes: And in heaven's name, who are the public enemies?" exclaimed Dr. Leete. "Are they France, England Germany or hunger, cold and nakedness? And in heaven's name, who are the public enemies?" exclaimed Dr. Leete. "Are they France, England Germany or hunger, cold and nakedness?
Edward Bellamy quotes: Looking Backward was written in the belief that the Golden Age lies before us and not behind us. Looking Backward was written in the belief that the Golden Age lies before us and not behind us.
Edward Bellamy quotes: I first saw the light in the city of Boston in the year 1857. I first saw the light in the city of Boston in the year 1857.
Edward Bellamy quotes: The primal principle of democracy is the worth and dignity of the individual. The primal principle of democracy is the worth and dignity of the individual.
Edward Bellamy quotes: Competition, which is the instinct of selfishness, is another word for dissipation of energy, while combination is the secret of efficient production. Competition, which is the instinct of selfishness, is another word for dissipation of energy, while combination is the secret of efficient production.
Edward Bellamy quotes: No republic can long exist unless a substantial equality in the wealth of citizens prevails. No republic can long exist unless a substantial equality in the wealth of citizens prevails.
Edward Bellamy quotes: Buying and selling is essentially antisocial. Buying and selling is essentially antisocial.
Edward Bellamy quotes: The folly of men not their hard heartedness was the great cause of the world s poverty. The folly of men not their hard heartedness was the great cause of the world s poverty.
Edward Bellamy quotes: Equal wealth and equal opportunities of culture ... have simply made us all members of one class. Equal wealth and equal opportunities of culture ... have simply made us all members of one class.