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From some peculiarity of taste, we have for manyyears been watching closely the perturbed workings offree society. Its crimes, its revolutions, its sufferingsand its beggary, have led us to investigate its pasthistory, as well as to speculate on its future destiny.This pamphlet has been hastily written, but is theresult of long observation, some research and muchreflection. Should it contain suggestions that will enlistabler pens to show that free society is a failure andits philosophy false, our highest ambition will begratified. Believing our positions on these subjects to betrue, we feel sanguine they are destined to final vindicationand triumph. We should have written a largerwork, had not our inexperience in authorship warnedus that we had better await the reception of this. Wemay again appear in the character of writer before thepublic; but we shall not intrude, and would prefer thatothers should finish the work which we have begun.Treating subjects novel and difficult of comprehension,we have designedly indulged in iteration; for wepreferred offending the ear and the taste of the readersto confounding or confusing him by insufficientelaboration. In truth, fine finish and rotundity are noteasily attained in what is merely argumentative andcontroversial.
If the Socialists had done no other good, theywould be entitled to the gratitude of mankind fordisplaying in a strong light the advantages of theassociation of labor. Adam Smith, in his elaboratetreatise on the Division of Labor, nearly stumbledon the same truth. But the division of laboris a curse to the laborer, without the associationof labor. Division makes labor ten times moreefficient, but by confining each workman to somesimple, monotonous employment, it makes him amere automaton, and an easy prey to the capitalist.The association of labor, like all associations,requires a head or ruler, and that head orruler will become a cheat and a tyrant, unless hisinterests are identified with the interests of thelaborer. In a large factory, in free society, thereis division of labor, and association too, but associationand division for the benefit of the employerand to the detriment of the laborer. On a largefarm, whatever advances the health, happiness andmorals of the negroes, renders them more prolificand valuable to their master. It is his interest topay them high wages in way of support, and hecan afford to do so, because association renders thelabor of each slave five times as productive andefficient as it would be, were the slaves workingseparately. One man could not enclose an acreof land, cultivate it, send his crops to market, dohis own cooking, washing and mending. One manmay live as a prowling beast of prey, but not as acivilized being. One hundred human beings, men,women and children, associated, will cultivate tenacres of land each, enclose it, and carry on everyother operation of civilized life. Labor becomesat least twenty times as productive when a hundredassociate, as when one acts alone. The sameis as true in other pursuits as in farming. But infree society, the employer robs the laborer, and heis no better off than the prowling savage, althoughhe might live in splendor if he got a fair proportionof the proceeds of his own labor. 2b1af7f3a8