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Capitalism The distinguished in the nineteenth century and itís collapse in the twentieth century have led to similar, though much slower and less obvious, process in the course of modern science. Todayís frantic development in the field of technology has a quality reminiscent of the days preceding the economic crash of 1929. The clearest evidence of it may be seen in such comparatively young sciences such as psychology and political economy. In psychology, one …

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…that object. It is not a guarantee that am man will earn any property, but only a guarantee that he will own it if he earn it. It is the right to gain, to keep , to use and to dispose of material values. To violate manís right means to compel him against his own judgment, or to expropriate his values. there is only on why to do it: by the use of physical force.