Excerpt from The Threefold State, the True Aspect of the Social Question
Whether these demands are agreeable to this person or that, Should have but little in?uence in forming such a resolve. These demands exist, and they have to be reckoned with as facts of social life. This must be remembered by those who, be cause oi their personal position in life, may be inclined to be displeased with the way in which the writer speaks when dealing with the demands of the working class, because from their point Of view he lays too exclu sive an emphasis on these demands as something to be taken into account in forming a social purpose. But the writer is talking of the life around us to-day in all its actuality, in so far as his experience of it enables him to speak. He sees before his eyes the terrible consequences which must ensue, if people persist in ignoring those undeniable facts which have actually arisen out of the life of modern humanity, and if they accordingly will have nothing to do with any social aim which recognizes these facts.
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