The Servile State

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This book is written to maintain and prove the following truth: That our free modern society, in which the means of production are owned by a few being necessarily in unstable equilibrium, it is tending to reach a condition of stable equilibrium BY THE ESTABLISHMENT OF COMPULSORY LABOUR LEGALLY ENFORCIBLE UPON THOSE WHO DO NOT OWN THE MEANS OF PRODUCTION FOR THE ADVANTAGE OF THOSE WHO DO.


 


With this principle of compulsion applied against the non-owners there must also come a difference in their status; and in the eyes of society and of its positive law men will be divided into two sets: the first economically free and politically free, possessed of the means of production, and securely confirmed in that possession; the second economically unfree and politically unfree, but at first secured by their very lack of freedom in certain necessaries of life and in a minimum of well-being beneath which they shall not fall.


 

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Product details

Paperback: 194 pages
Publisher: Omnia Veritas Ltd (21 Mar. 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 9781910220207
ISBN-13: 978-1910220207
ASIN: 1910220205
Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1.1 x 20.3 cm

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