Tolstoy on Slavery

“The misery of a worker, does not consist in his long hours and small pay, but in the fact that he is deprived of the natural conditions of life in touch with nature, is deprived of freedom, and is compelled to compulsory and monotonous toil at another man’s will.”
–Leo Tolstoy The Slavery of Our Times

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