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Our writings are like so many dishes, our readers, our guests, our books, like beauty—that which one admires another rejects; so we are approved as men’s fancies are inclined....
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As apothecaries, we make new mixtures every day, pour out of one vessel into another; and as those old Romans robbed all cities of the world to set out their bad-cited Rome, we skim off the cream of other men’s wits, pick the choice flowers of their tilled gardens, to set out our own sterile plots.
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There needs no other charm, nor conjuror, To raise infernal spirits up, but Fear, That makes men pull their horns in, like a snail, That’s both a prisoner to itself and jail; Draws more fantastic shapes than in the grains Of knotted wood, in some men’s crazy brains, When all the cocks they think they are, and bulls, Are only in the insides of their skulls.
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Who can tell Men’s hearts?
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Foes and friends, 84. Foibles, men’s, 322. Follies, 97. Folly’s reward, 567. Fools, 108, 166, 181, 265, 415, 465, 541, 561, 574. Forgiveness, 329, 344.
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Understood aright, money, being the measure and representative of wealth, is in the main, the measure and the representative of dead men’s toil; for, rightly understood, wealth is almost entirely the product of the labor of by-gone generations.
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Hoarded money is like an iron “inch” upon a shelf—a useless lump; but when used as a measure and representative of wealth rightly understood, money renders invaluable service, for it then serves to measure and represent the living fruit of dead men’s toil.
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For this reason, it is useless to argue who is the more important, the capitalist who has legal possession of most of the material fruit of dead men’s toil, or the laborer who has legal possession of but little of it.
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Through this invention, humanity has been able to avail itself, not only of the living fruits of dead men’s toil, but also of the inconceivably vast amounts of solar energy and time bound up in the growth of vegetable life and conserved for use in the form of coal and other fuels of vegetable origin.
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The life of one generation is short, and were it not for our human capacity to inherit the material and spiritual fruit of dead men’s toil, to augment it a little in the brief span of our own lives, and to transmit it to posterity, the process of civilization would not be possible and our present estate would be that of aboriginal man.
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He becomes a civilized man only by the accumulation of, and acquaintance with dead men’s work; for then and only then can he start where the preceding generation left off.
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Is the existing monopoly of the great inherited treasures produced by dead men’s toil a normal and natural evolution?
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We have found that the major part of the engine and all factors connected with its production are the combined power of dead men’s labor.
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We have found that wealth or capital and its symbol, money, are also, in the main, the bound-up power of dead men’s labor; so that the only way to obtain the benefit in the release of sun-power, is by using the product of the toil of the dead.
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Thus the monopoly of the stored-up energies of the sun arises from monopolizing the accumulated fruits of dead men’s toil.
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Let us take a still broader view of resources; we have approximately 1,600,000,000 living human beings (all censuses available between 1902 and 1906); a wealth of approximately $357,000,000,000 (_Social Progress_, 1906, page 221) which in our analysis is dead men’s work; and sun-power equal, in work, to the work of our whole living population, or equal to 1,600,000,000 sun man-powers.
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Among the capitalists there are those who want wealth—mainly the fruit of dead men’s toil—for themselves.
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Thus the press, which is itself the product in the main of dead men’s toil, is made a means for the deception and exploitation of the living.
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Everything we possess is the production of either dead men’s or living men’s work.
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Previously the matter used to be regarded as commonplace: subsequently it acquired a grave importance in men’s eyes.
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Examples of Men

Example #1
As apothecaries, we make new mixtures every day, pour out of one vessel into another; and as those old Romans robbed all cities of the world to set out their bad-cited Rome, we skim off the cream of other men’s wits, pick the choice flowers of their tilled gardens, to set out our own sterile plots.
Example #2
That energy which veils itself in mildness is most effective of its object.
Example #3
Our writings are like so many dishes, our readers, our guests, our books, like beauty—that which one admires another rejects; so we are approved as men’s fancies are inclined....
Example #4
Luke, XII, 17-20; see also 291.
Example #5
He that rectifies a crooked stick bends it the contrary way, so must he that would reform a vice learn to affect its mere contrary, and in time he shall see the springing blossoms of a happy restoration.