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In the Fourth Year Anticipations of a World Peace

By: H. G. Wells

...sses of mankind. And this state of affairs may come about more easily than logical, statistical-minded people may be disposed to think. Our first impu... ...whose intensity officialdom would do well to ponder. But it is the natural consequence of, it is the popular attempt at a corrective to, the aloofness... ...troublesome thing to elect them, but it will involve much more troublesome consequences if they are not elected. This, I think, is one of the consider... ...But so soon as the League takes on the shape its general proposition makes logically necessary, the armament interest will take fright. Then it is we ... ...st concede that. But in practice this involves something else. A practical consequence of this disarmament idea must be an effective control of the im... ... we are united. The question I would put to the reader is this: Are we all logically, sincerely, and fully carrying out the plain implica- tions of th... ...complete change in international methods, and we are bound to stick to the logical conse- quences of that. We have placed ourselves on the side of dem... ...ng things. Life is full of vestigial struc- tures, and it is a long way to logical perfection. Let us keep on, they would argue, with what we have. An... ...nd alone again and be secure. And turning now to the other aspect of these consequences of the development of material science, it is too often as- su...

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Proposed Roads to Freedom

By: Bertrand Russell

...development of an Idea. He conceived the changes in the world as forming a logical development, in which one phase passes by revolution into another, ... ...n. If anywhere they unite to form more compact bodies, this is not yet the consequence of their own active union, but of the union of the bourgeoisie,... ...ations, intermediate ranks between rich and poor, instead of the clear-cut logical antith- esis between the workers who have nothing and the capital- ... ... a word, war and conquest, with the gods successively created by the theo- logical fantasy of nations. It has been from its origin, and it remains sti... ... the State as a capitalist institu- tion is peculiarly true in America. In consequence of the scan- dals thus arising, the Federal Government appointe... ...ernment are evils which must be abolished if freedom is our goal. But this consequence, true or false, cannot be proved so simply. In this chapter we ...

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