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WARREN, Josiah. True Civilization

Sunday 30 May 2010, by ps

Boston, Mass. 1864

PREFACE.

The present condition of our country, and of many other parts of the world, calls out and places before us, as in a panorama, whatever there is of thought; whatever there has been of progress or retrogression, and displays to us at a simple glance, as it were, the present state of civilization in so vivid a manner that we are enabled to weigh and estimate what we have and what we need with a degree of certainty that, in a state of repose, no one’s lifetime might enable him to measure; and which may reasonably inspire even the humble with a boldness suited to the time, and with a hope that discoveries indispensable to true civilization, that could scarcely gain a single ear while the adversities of life could be borne, may now receive some attention where all confidence in the tried is lost.

TABLE OF REFERENCE.

CHAPTER 1: GOVERNMENT AND ITS TRUE FUNCTION.
CHAPTER 2: SELF-PRESERVATION.
CHAPTER 3: PROBING CIVILIZATION.
CHAPTER 4: THE PRINCIPLE OF EQUIVALENTS
CHAPTER 5: ORGANIZATION AND CO-OPERATION...


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