Labour, Nationality and Religion
Being a discussion of the Lenten Discourses against Socialism delivered by Father Kane, S.J., in Gardiner Street Church, Dublin, 1910.
First published 1910.
This edition from the 1969 New Books (Dublin) edition.
Transcription and HTML Mark-up: Einde O’Callaghan for the Marxists’ Internet Archive.
Nature furnishes its wealth to all men in common. God beneficently has created all things that their endowment be common to all living beings, and that the earth became the common property of all ... Only unjust usurpation has created the right of private property.
– St. Ambrose.
I. The Problem Stated
II. The Rights of Man
III. The Honour of the Home
IV. The Suicide of a Nation
V. God or Mammon
VI. The Firebrand or the Olive Leaf
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