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" The man who wrongly holds that every human right is secondary to his profit must now give way to the advocate of human welfare, who rightly maintains that every man holds his property subject to the general right of the community to regulate its use to... "
The Americanism of Theodore Roosevelt - Page 125
1923
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Roosevelt, Prophet of Unity

Hermann Hagedorn - 1924 - 142 pages
...pushing their claims too far. The man who wrongly holds that every human right is secondary to his profit must now give way to the advocate of human welfare,...whatever degree the public welfare may require it. ... The new [ 126] nationalism puts the national need before sectional or personal advantage." His...
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Minerals, Lands, and Geology for the Common Defence and General Welfare ...

Mary C. Rabbitt, Clifford M. Nelson - 1986
...of the Kansas insurgents. The speech is known as the one that defined his "New Nationalism," which "maintains that every man holds his property subject...whatever degree the public welfare may require it." He also said that "words count for nothing except in so far as they represent acts. This is true everywhere;...
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The Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism, 1890-1916: The Market ...

Martin J. Sklar, rtin J. Sklar, John J. Skowronski - 1988 - 484 pages
...profit; on the contrary, property rights must now be subordinate to "human welfare." The capitalist "holds his property subject to the general right of...to whatever degree the public welfare may require it."31 It followed that although the profit incentive was still useful and "We 30. Roosevelt at Osawatomie,...
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The American Judicial Tradition : Profiles of Leading American Judges ...

G. Edward White John B. Minor Professor of Law and Cromwell Research Professor of History University of Virginia - 1988 - 576 pages
...predetermined beliefs were developed pseudologically "in the teeth of the actual facts." 48 If every man held his property subject to the general right of the community to regulate its use, property and contract rights were not inalienable. To exaggerate their importance in judicial formulas...
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Catholic Social Thought and Liberal Institutions: Freedom With Justice

Michael Novak - 287 pages
...following citations are also from no. 14. 26. Anticipating the pope's point here, Theodore Roosevelt wrote: "Every man holds his property subject to the general right of the community to regulate it to whatever degree the public welfare may require it." The New Nationalism (New York: Outlook Co.,...
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The Nature of Copyright: A Law of Users' Rights

Lyman Ray Patterson - 1991 - 274 pages
...further in Chapter 8. A book's a book, although there's nothing in 't. - George Gordon, Lord Byron Every man holds his property subject to the general...whatever degree the public welfare may require it. -Theodore Roosevelt Copyright in the Early Twentieth Century The 1909 Copyright Act In 19o5, four years...
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The Myth of the Welfare State

Jack D. Douglas - 1989 - 505 pages
...one of the first heroes of the rationalistic state planning of American progressivism, proclaimed, "Every man holds his property subject to the general...whatever degree the public welfare may require it." The insidious implications of that "to whatever degree" for the counterrevolution against the System...
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The Nature of Copyright: A Law of Users' Rights

Lyman Ray Patterson - 1991 - 274 pages
...further in Chapter 8. A book's a book, although there's nothing in 't. - George Gordon, Lord Byron Every man holds his property subject to the general...whatever degree the public welfare may require it. -Theodore Roosevelt Copyright in the Early Twentieth Century The l 909 Copyright Act In 1905, four...
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The Chief Justiceship of Melville W. Fuller, 1888-1910

Milton R Underwood Professor of Law and Professor of History James W Ely Jr, James W. Ely - 1995 - 248 pages
...Theodore Roosevelt sharply attacked the federal courts for protecting property rights and maintained that "every man holds his property subject to the...whatever degree the public welfare may require it." 31. Charles Henry Butler, A Century at the Bar of the Supreme Court of the United States (New York:...
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Power Plays: Critical Events in the Institutionalization of the Tennessee ...

Richard A. Colignon - 1997 - 367 pages
...to passive government. "The man who wrongly holds that every human right is secondary to his profit must now give way to the advocate of human welfare,...whatever degree the public welfare may require it." 45 "New Freedoms." The public-ownership movement developed independently of the regulation movement...
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