“Women’s Cause is One and Universal” by Anna Julia Cooper (1893)

“Women’s Cause is One and Universal” by Anna Julia Cooper (1893) The best that civilization has to offer can’t be improvised or developed overnight. It takes generations The history of black women’s struggles is heroic, against the odds & largely unwritten Mothers suffered for their children & fought as hard as they could Most of… Read more “Women’s Cause is One and Universal” by Anna Julia Cooper (1893)

“An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage” by Frederick Douglass (1867)

“An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage” by Frederick Douglass (1867) Impartial suffrage is supported by the nature of man & the needs of society Inferred from nature as direct & self-evident, like his right to acquire property & education It’s a crime that he can’t share in making & directing of government he lives… Read more “An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage” by Frederick Douglass (1867)

“Constitutional Argument: Speech After Being Convicted for Voting in the 1872 Presidential Election” by Susan B. Anthony 1872.

“Constitutional Argument: Speech After Being Convicted for Voting in the 1872 Presidential Election” by Susan B. Anthony 1872. I’m being charges with the crime of voting in the last election without having the right to It wasn’t a crime but an exercise of my rights guaranteed to all citizens by the Constitution & cannot be… Read more “Constitutional Argument: Speech After Being Convicted for Voting in the 1872 Presidential Election” by Susan B. Anthony 1872.

“Why I Became a ‘Woman’s Rights Man'” by Frederick Douglass (1892)

“Why I Became a ‘Woman’s Rights Man’” by Frederick Douglass (1892) Anti-slavery’s history will show, once it’s been written that women were the biggest proponents of abolition They were the biggest spiritual force against slavery They’ve proven themselves to be skilled, patient & perseverant, especially when things get tough They put in a lot of… Read more “Why I Became a ‘Woman’s Rights Man'” by Frederick Douglass (1892)

“The Solitude of Self” by Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1892)

“The Solitude of Self” by Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1851) Individuality of the human soul Protestant idea – right of individual conscience & judgment Republican idea – individual citizenship Whatever belongs to an individual woman is hers alone, as if on an island To use all faculties for her safety & hapiness As a citizen, a… Read more “The Solitude of Self” by Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1892)

“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 3 – Process of Creative Destruction by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)

“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 3 – Process of Creative Destruction by Joseph Schumpeter (1942) Monopolistic & Oligarchic Competition can be used in 2 ways to be made to show Capitalism isn’t the way for maximum production performance Some might say it’s always been that way but we’re only just now seeing it & it’s been… Read more “Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 3 – Process of Creative Destruction by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)

“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 2 – Plausible Capitalism by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)

“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 2 – Plausible Capitalism by Joseph Schumpeter (1942) We’ve projected average increase of total available production forward from 1928 o show the significance of past development & that it wouldn’t be shocking to see But there’s no justification for that projection/extrapolation especially so far into the future – mostly to give… Read more “Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 2 – Plausible Capitalism by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)

“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 1 – The Rate of Increase of Total Output by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)

“Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 1 – The Rate of Increase of Total Output by Joseph Schumpeter (1942) Capitalism already has 2 strikes against it with a lot of people with respect to economics & cultural results In fact, it’s a breach of etiquette not to condemn it You have to point out its inadequacies &… Read more “Can Capitalism Survive?” Ch. 1 – The Rate of Increase of Total Output by Joseph Schumpeter (1942)