The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 4
Enough for all
Enough for all.
The world is neither over-populated, nor are its crude products all utilized. Properly organized there would be ample room for all—from the lowest to the highest,—without conflict, and without pressure. Mankind is paying a heavy penalty for his imperfect organization of society in the large loss of material prosperity that would otherwise be promoted.
Better food, clothing, shelter, recreation, and amusements are needed for the comfort of all. More farms should be cultivated, manufactures developed, railroads built, rivers and harbors improved, machinery originated and perfected.
Opportunities naturally exist for the energies of all, but man's selfishness, in establishing an excessive money value and interest, sanctioned for ages by law and usage, has wrought universal deprivation and suffering.