Ernest Howard Crosby

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Ernest Howard Crosby (18561907) was an American reformer, georgist, and author, the son of Presbyterian minister Howard Crosby. He became an exponent of the theories of Leo Tolstoy.


  • If judge and jury had to hang the prisoner themselves in cold blood, there would be fewer executions; if we each had to butcher our own meat, there would be a great increase in the number of vegetarians.
    • Tolstoy and His Message (New York: Funk and Wagnall's Company, 1904), p. 53.

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