By Robert G. Ingersoll
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To that extent h~ has sympathy with others. The average man. the more enlightened he becomes. 51 ':" ' c:rtllld the more apt he is to put himself in the iIIa_iut place of another. He thinks of' his pris. C:rimb.. rs oner. of his employe. of his tenant- and he even thinks beyond these; he thinks of the community fit large. As a man be· comes ci"ilized he takes more and more in to consideration circumstances and con· rlitions. He gradually loses faith in the old ideas and theories that every man can do as he wills, and in the place of the word " wills," fle puts the.
The result is precisely the same-that is to saY, ·a nation composed of a few landlords and many t enants-the tenants rcsorting from time to time to mob violence,. and the landlords depending upon a standing army. The property of no man, however, should be taken· for public or private use without just compensation and in accordnnee with law. There is in the State what is known as the right of emi- •• nent domain. lrus! citizen for a public use, paying to that Itl1mirmlll private citizen a just compensation to be legaUy ascertained.
Have the case brought before thcjury. or before commissioners, who shall hear the evidence and determine its value. and on the payment of the amount the land shall belong to B. I would extend the same law to lots and houses in cities and villages-the object being to fill our country with owners of homes. so that every child shall have a fireside. every father and mother a roof, provided they have the intelligence, the 46 energy and the industry to supply the Itr_ necessary means. t Tenements and flats and rented lands are, Ittimtnaltl in my judgment, the enemies of civiliza· tion.
Crimes Against Criminals by Robert G. Ingersoll