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" The expense of making towns habitable for the toilers who dwell in them must be thrown on the land which their toil makes valuable, and without any effort on the part of its owners. "
The Radical Programme - Página 18
1885 - 328 páginas
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen125

Edmund Burke - 1884
...Chamberlain believed that the only solution of this great and important question was to throw " the expense of making towns habitable for the toilers who dwell in them upon the land which their toil makes valuable, and without any effort on the part of its owners." The...
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The Fortnightly Review, Volumen40

1883
...alone a radical reform is possible. The expense of making towns habitable for the toilers who dwellin them must be thrown on the land which their toil makes valuable, ami without any effort on the part of its owners. When these owners, not satisfied with the unearned...
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Two Irelands: Or, Loyalty Versus Treason

Edward James Saunderson - 1884 - 84 páginas
...of the matter,' and states ' the principle ' on which alone a radical reform is possible : — ' The expense of making towns habitable for the toilers...valuable without any effort on the part of its owners.' " . . . " If this is not the ' prairie rent ' doctrine," continues United Ireland, " words have no...
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The State & the slums, Volumen1

Edward Stanley Robertson - 1884
...it is a very remarkable fact that a great many of Mr. Chamberlain's suggestions are law already. The expense of making towns habitable for the toilers...thrown on the land which their toil makes valuable, and without any effort on the part of its owners. When these owners, not satisfied with the unearned...
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The Foundation of Death: A Study of the Drink-question

Axel Gustafson - 1884 - 582 páginas
...state the principle on which alone a radical reform is possible. The expense of making towns lidbitdble for the toilers who dwell in them must be thrown on the land which their toil makes valuable, and witliout any effort on the part of its owners. " When these owners, not satisfied with the unearned...
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Annual Register

1884
...Chamberlain believed that the only solution of this great and important question was to throw " the expense of making towns habitable for the toilers who dwell in them upon the land which their toil makes valuable, and without any effort on the part of its owners." The...
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The Annual Register, Volumen125

Edmund Burke - 1884
...Chamberlain believed that the only solution of this great and important question was to throw " the expense of making towns habitable for the toilers who dwell in them upon the land which their toil makes valuable, and without any effort on the part of its owners." The...
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The Foundation of Death: A Study of the Drink-question

Axel Gustafson - 1885 - 606 páginas
...to the root of the matter, and state the principle on which alone a radical reform is possible. The expense of making towns habitable for the toilers...thrown on the land which their toil makes valuable, and without any effort on the part of its owners. " When these owners, not satisfied with the unearned...
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Journal des économistes: revue de la science économique et de la statistique

1886
...formule : The expcnse of making toions habitable for the toilers who dicell in them tnust be throicn on the land which their toil makes valuable without any effort on the part of ils oicners. « La dépense pour rendre les villes habitables aux ouvriers qui y vivent doit être...
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The Unearned Increment: Or, Reaping Without Sowing

William Harbutt Dawson - 1890 - 156 páginas
...instead of to the owners of the soil.1 Mr. Chamberlain demanded nothing unjust when he said that "the expense of making towns habitable for the toilers...thrown on the land which their toil makes valuable, and that without any effort on the part of the owners." * That we are, however, very far from attaining...
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