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The Thirty-Second Annual Report of the Calcutta Literary Society

1907

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The Members of the Society the Graduates and Under-Graduates of the Calcutta University and other gentlemen of the suburbs composed the bulk of the audience. [...] The Members of the Society the Graduates and Under-Graduates of the Calcutta University and other gentlemen of the suburbs Icomposed the bulk of the audience. [...] The Society records its appreciation of the kindness of the Editors of the English and Vernacular Newspapers who have found space in their columns to publish the prceedings of its various Meetings and other doings of the Society since its foundation in 1875. [...] The rorganisation of society already referred to on the basis of Sadalism can be achieved by the abolition of class distinction by the collective control of the means of production an equitable distribution of the peodaced: wealth and lastly the gradual introduction of much needed Social reforms. [...] When the employers are un-willing to grant them higher wages than the prosperity of trade warrants the weapon of the unionist is of course a strike but on the other hand if the working inert demand higher wages than the trade-warrants or are un-willing to sub.nit to a reduction of wages when there is a depression in trade the employers have recourse to a lock out ; (i.e.) closing of the

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literature fiction

Pages
11
SARF Document ID
sarf.140275

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