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Sumner, William Graham


What Social Classes Owe Each Other




Harper and Brothers




New York






1st edition






If you want to read a book that will contradict most of what you have been taught about political matters, this is it!

Sumner defines slavery as making "one man's effort conduce to another man's welfare." (p. 66) If this definition is correct, and I believe it is, then all redistribution of wealth advocated by modern liberals is simply an attempt to re-introduce slavery in the guise of so-called "social justice."

So-called "social justice" is a contradiction in terms. Any voluntary action by one person (or the state) which makes another innocent person worse off cannot be a just action. Why? Because that would entail defining justice as allowing for some individuals to make other individuals worse off. This cannot be the definition of justice for a better definition can be found. Justice is not allowing any individual to intentionally make another innocent individual worse off.

The answer to the question raised in the title of the book is "we all owe to each other good-will, mutual respect, and mutual guarantees of liberty and security. Beyond this nothing can be affirmed as a duty of one group to another in a free state." pp. 168-169.

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