„Intellectual darkness is essential to industrial slavery.“

—  Eugene V. Debs, Context: Ignorance alone stands in the way of socialist success. The capitalist parties understand this and use their resources to prevent the workers from seeing the light. Intellectual darkness is essential to industrial slavery.
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—  Rutherford B. Hayes American politician, 19th President of the United States (in office from 1877 to 1881) 1822 - 1893
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„It's time to stop a foreign policy which is essentially a marketing strategy for the weapons industry.“

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„The idea that a congressman would be tainted by accepting money from private industry or private sources is essentially a socialist argument.“

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„Under socialized industry progress in the industrial arts would be slower and would absorb a smaller proportion of individual interest, in order that progress in the finer intellectual and moral arts might be faster, and might engage a larger share of life.“

—  J.A. Hobson English economist, social scientist and critic of imperialism 1858 - 1940
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„Essentially what Lincoln said is slavery is a form of theft, the theft of labor, one person stealing another person's labor without that person’s permission.“

—  Eric Foner American historian 1943
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