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When a workman leaves the mill, carrying his pay in his pocket, the civil law guarantees to him what he thus takes away; but before he leaves the mill he is the rightful owner of a part of the wealth that the day’s industry has brought forth. Does the economic law which, in some way that he does not understand, determines what his pay shall be, make it to correspond with the amount of his portion of the day’s product, or does it force him to leave some of his rightful share behind him? A plan of living that should force men to leave in their employer’s hands anything that by right of creation is theirs, would be an institutional robbery - a legally established violation of the principle on which property is supposed to rest.

- J. B. Clark
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See, her boobs represent motherhood and the black and red are symbolic of corruption, and it’s all a critique of how capitalism has destroyed our relational view of each other and the world and replaced it with the commodification of life and sexuality.
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