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In the Fourth Year Anticipations of a World Peace

By: H. G. Wells

...ernational Government” is a very sympathetic contribution from the English liberal left; but the reader must understand that these two writers seem di... ...d have anticipated. For the first time in a King’s Speech we heard of the “democracies” of the world, and there was a clear claim that the Allies at p... ...ate by our own practice how we on our side, professing as we do to act for democracies, to make democracy safe on the earth, and so on, intend to meet... ...rm of palm oil. One of the most powerful levers in the hands of the Allied democracies at the present time in their struggle against the imperial brig... ... policy. It is a thing overdue. No doubt we have al- ready a literature of liberal imperialism and a considerable accumulation of declarations by this... ... but a self-conscious political system working side by side with the other democracies of the earth, preparing the way for, and prepared at last to sa... ...rowned—that we should join with this renascent Germany and with these thus liberalized Powers and with our Allies and with the neutrals in one great L... ...s and that there is a disposition even to sacrifice the in- terests of the liberal allies to dynastic sympathies. These things are not to be believed,... ... “… little Liber-al, or else a little Conservative,” he must at least be a Liberal-Unionist or a Conservative Free- Trader. But seeking a fair represe...

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Proposed Roads to Freedom

By: Bertrand Russell

...against revolution. He protests against the attitude of undue hostility to Liberalism which is com- mon among Socialists, and he blunts the edge of th... ...lution- ary ardor and tend to transform Socialists into a left wing of the Liberal Party. But the increasing prosperity of wage-earn- 27 Bertrand Rus... ...ect Disraeli and Bismarck were shrewder judges of human nature than either Liberals or Socialists. It has become increasingly difficult to put trust i... ...1906 and 42 in December, 1910) might be reck- oned almost as a part of the Liberal Party. France, unlike England and Germany, was not content merely t... ...But in actual fact the psychology of the working man in any of the Western democracies is totally unlike that which is assumed in the Communist Manife... ...omething more positive and constructive than this is needed if govern- ing democracies are not to inherit the vices of governing classes in the past. ... ...vils of its own; but Guild Socialism, or even Syndicalism, if it adopted a liberal policy toward those who preferred to work less than the usual numbe...

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