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Researches in the Lines of Human Progress from Savagery Through
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Lewis H. Morgan, LL. D., the author of this book, is the one American scientist whose pre-eminence is recognized in all the universities of Europe. He gave a lifetime to original research into the life and customs of barbarous tribes, and from the data thus secured has thrown a flood of light on the early history of our own race.
“Respectable” people, who have enough property to live on the labor of others, and who want to hold that property as long as they live and hand it down to their children, so that these may in their turn grow fat from the labor of the people without property, are interested in having people believe that our present system of property, marriage and descent has always existed and must always exist. But the scientific facts are otherwise, and the PROOF of this is in Morgan's Ancient Society.
It is a book of 586 large pages, full of interesting facts about the marriage customs of our ancestors, and the primitive communism in which there were no rich and no poor. It will help you see that the law of Evolution applies to people as well as to animals and plants, and that this law is bringing an end to the capitalist system that starves children to make millionaires.
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THE ORIGIN OF THE FAMILY, PRIVATE PROPERTY AND
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VITAL PROBLEMS IN SOCIAL EVOLUTION.
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CONTENTS FOR MARCH, 1909
Mexico's Peon-Slass Preparing for Revolution
John Murray Socialism and Labor in Great Britain
Victor Grayson A Pickpocket
Mary E. Varcy Socialism for Students. V. Historical Vaterialism Joseph E. Cohen Laborism Versus Socialism
William English Walling The Economic Aspects of the Negro Problem. VII. The White Man's Point of View
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