What Social Classes Owe to Each Other
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What Social Classes Owe to Each Other

By William Graham Sumner
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Table of Contents
  • WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER
  • By
  • William Graham Sumner
    • CONTENTS
    • FOREWORD
  • WHAT SOCIAL CLASSES OWE TO EACH OTHER
    • INTRODUCTIONToC
    • I.ToC
      • ON A NEW PHILOSOPHY: THAT POVERTY IS THE BEST POLICY.
    • ON A NEW PHILOSOPHY: THAT POVERTY IS THE BEST POLICY.
    • II.ToC
      • THAT A FREE MAN IS A SOVEREIGN, BUT THAT A SOVEREIGN CANNOT TAKE "TIPS."
    • THAT A FREE MAN IS A SOVEREIGN, BUT THAT A SOVEREIGN CANNOT TAKE "TIPS."
    • III.ToC
      • THAT IT IS NOT WICKED TO BE RICH; NAY, EVEN, THAT IT IS NOT WICKED TO BE RICHER THAN ONE'S NEIGHBOR
    • THAT IT IS NOT WICKED TO BE RICH; NAY, EVEN, THAT IT IS NOT WICKED TO BE RICHER THAN ONE'S NEIGHBOR
    • IV.ToC
      • ON THE REASONS WHY MAN IS NOT ALTOGETHER A BRUTE.
    • ON THE REASONS WHY MAN IS NOT ALTOGETHER A BRUTE.
    • V.ToC
      • THAT WE MUST HAVE FEW MEN, IF WE WANT STRONG MEN.
    • THAT WE MUST HAVE FEW MEN, IF WE WANT STRONG MEN.
    • VI.ToC
      • THAT HE WHO WOULD BE WELL TAKEN CARE OF MUST TAKE CARE OF HIMSELF.
    • THAT HE WHO WOULD BE WELL TAKEN CARE OF MUST TAKE CARE OF HIMSELF.
    • VII.ToC
      • CONCERNING SOME OLD FOES UNDER NEW FACES.
    • CONCERNING SOME OLD FOES UNDER NEW FACES.
    • VIII.ToC
      • ON THE VALUE, AS A SOCIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLE, OF THE RULE TO MIND ONE'S OWN BUSINESS.
    • ON THE VALUE, AS A SOCIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLE, OF THE RULE TO MIND ONE'S OWN BUSINESS.
    • IX.ToC
      • ON THE CASE OF A CERTAIN MAN WHO IS NEVER THOUGHT OF.
    • ON THE CASE OF A CERTAIN MAN WHO IS NEVER THOUGHT OF.
    • X.ToC
      • THE CASE OF THE FORGOTTEN MAN FARTHER CONSIDERED.
    • THE CASE OF THE FORGOTTEN MAN FARTHER CONSIDERED.
    • XI.ToC
      • WHEREFORE WE SHOULD LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
    • WHEREFORE WE SHOULD LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
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