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from many years' experience that such is the case. We bring therefore to the notice of our readers, and recommend them to procure, this excellent book.” Sonntags-Blatt, Organ für die Freidenker Deutschlands, edited by Dr. Aug. Spechte January 26th, 1873.
“ Many of the author's views are diametrically opposed to oar own, but we cannot refrain from describing the book as in very truth an epoch-making one, whose perusal must interest in the highest degree, both the professional man and the educated general reader. Nothing is gained by a prudish avoidance of the subjects treated in the work; they must be discussed, and mankind might congratulate themselves if this were always done in so candid and disinterested a manner as by the author of The Elements of Social Science.'".Hanoversche Anzeigen und Morgenzeitung. November 14th, 1871.
“ A very remarkable book. ... A regard to the nature of the subjects treated of forbids us to enter further into its contents-an exposition of the inner conditions of social life which, for obvious reasons, lie outside the sphere of the daily press. Suffice it to say that we have here to do with a work which differs widely from the common-place productions of the book market, and which will very probably go through no fewer editions in philosophic Germany than in England."-Reform, Hamburg, 28th October ,1875.
PHYSICAL, SEXUAL AND NATURAL, RELIGION.
AN EXPOSITION OF THE TRUE CAUSE AND ONLY Cure or
THE THREE PRIMARY Social Evils:
POVERTY, PROSTITUTION, AND CELIBACY.
A DOCTOR OF MEDICINE.
« The Diseases of Society can, no more than corporeal maladies, be prevented
FOURTEENTH EDITION, ENLARGED.
REMOVED FROM TEMPLE BAR.
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