Talk:George Lippard

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  • On some occasion - when the lapse of time shall allow us to express ourselves freely - we shall speak more fully of the gifted dead. For the present we can only say, that his death adds another name to that scroll on which neglect and misfortune has already written the names of John Lofland and Sumner Lincoln Fairfield.
  • Enormous WEALTH is only enormous CRIME. (capitals in original) Yes, we may phrase it as we will, the immense concentration of wealth in the hands of any one man, or in the hands of any corporate power, is an evil, fraught with more danger to the happiness and liberty of the nation, than all the crowned tyrants in the world.