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Bonus Quotation of the Day…

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… is from page 340 of George Will’s 2019 book, The Conservative Sensibility [2] (footnote deleted):

Henry Sidgwick, the nineteenth-century English philosopher and economist, has been validated by subsequent experience: “I object to socialism not because it would divide the produce of industry badly, but because it would have so much less to divide.”