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Página 100 - the slowly dying cause And ancient forms of party strife, Ring In the nobler modes of life With sweeter manners, purer laws. "Ring In the valiant men and free. The larger heart, the kindlier hand. Ring out the darkness of the land. King In the
Página 17 - Nor have we studied and perfected the means by which government may be put at the service of humanity, in safeguarding the health of the nation, the health of its men and its women and its children, as well as their rights in the struggle for existence. This
Página 398 - secretary section for United States, William H. Tolman, 29 West 39th Street, New York. INFANT MORTALITY. English-speaking conference on. London, England, August 4 and 5, 1913. Under auspices of the British National Association for the Prevention of Infant Mortality and for the Welfare of Infancy,
Página 18 - deal with our economic system as it is and is it may be modified, not as it might be if we had a clean sheet of paper to write upon; and step by step we shall make it what it should be, in the spirit of those who question their own wisdom and seek counsel and knowledge, not shallow self-satisfaction or the excitement of excursions whither they
Página 348 - trained hatreds are peculiarly pathetic and peculiarly deceitful, because they combine in such a subtle way the elemental vehemence of the hatred that a child may feel for a stranger, or a cat for a dog, with the appearance of dignity and solemnity and even of duty which
Página 348 - name gives. Such antipathies will always play their part in human history. But what we can do about them is to try not to be fooled by them, not to take them too seriously because of their mere name." CONTROLLING IMMIGRATION BY NUMBER LIMITATION PRESCOTT F. HALL Secretary
Página 460 - They watch with staring cold surprise, The level people In the air. The people peering, peering there, Who wander also to and fro, And know not why or where they go. Yet have a wonder In their eyes,
Página 261 - while one mill goes for shop work. intendent Spaulding asks if we feel like denying their equivalency. That will be a wholesome feeling, he says, if it leads to a wiser assignment of values in future. To quote again: "Greater wisdom in these assignments will come, not by reference to any supposedly fixed
Página 308 - a criminal; but aim solely to reform the mental conditions under which a criminal act has been committed. "Third.—The prison must be an institution where every inmate must have the largest practicable amount of individual freedom, because 'It is liberty alone that fits men for liberty.'
Página 466 - She loses her job when she asserts her fundamental right to have a voice as to the conditions under which she works. Self-government is essential to the making of a free people, and self-government in the day's work can be had only by the united action of the workers." Only second to organization in Mrs.