chapter  XXV
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A QUESTION TO OUR CONSCIENCE

Provided we had all our present social institutions; an unlimited capitalism and individual enterprise, a free Parliament with new elections as frequent as desired; and also the customary ethical propaganda of Churches and other organizations with kindred aims; and also the greatest number of periodicals, books, and lectures appealing to the' better part' in man, to his intellect, to his soul, to his sense of justice; and provided also that, by efficiency of all this public instruction-or rather by some miracle-man had dropped the idea of violent revolutions-not even to think of wars or Governmental upheavals of the dictatorial, suppressing type-provided all this were at present the case, and