Socialism and Individualism are Absurdities

To the onlooker, both Individualism and Socialism are, in the absolute, absurdities; the one would make men the slaves of the violent or rich, the other the slaves of the State official, and the way of sanity runs, perhaps even sinuously, down the intervening valley.


It is an ideal mean to which we must strive.

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 A Modern Utopia
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    01 JAN 2010


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