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Canning's Joke-Wordsworth’s Declaration-Evils of Coercion
-Vexatious Legislation-Philip le Bel's Sumptuary Laws
of Labourers-Legislative Meddling-J. S. Mill on Liberty
Christianity Democratic-Government of Elizabeth-Self-
government and Parliaments—Despotism under George III.
The Best Education not that for a Special Position-Man above
his Position-Many-sided Culture-Counter-action of Nar-
SOCIAL EVILS, AND THEIR CURE.
Poverty the Greatest Social Evil-Its Relations to Crime and
Disease-Drunkenness—“Blessed are the Poor”-Removal
of Poverty—“Great Social Evil”—Modern Benevolence-
Poverty in New Countries—Taxation-Over-estimate of
the Spiritual—A Physical Basis Indispensable-Doctrine of
Circumstances — Philosophical View of Physical Work-
Character of each Age-Duties of Our Own-No Anta-
gonism in Nature between Mind and Matter
ÆSTHETICS AND RECREATION.
Former Uses of Asceticism-Beneficial Reaction from it-Art
Progress in England — Art and Liberty-Asthetics and